Enlarge Text In A pdf Document
Posted on 2012-08-28
I have an issue that I am trying to help a friend out with, and have hit a road block. Here is a little background information first. They have an instructor that is doing all of the teaching from an iPad. During the lecture the instructor is writing notes on the iPad while giving the lecture, and at the end of everyday it gets converted into a .pdf file and e-mailed to all the students. This sound great in all, but the instructor rights in cursive and to make matters worse writes so tiny that it is nearly impossible to read (Hints making the notes virtually useless). Now I know you would normally be thinking now “Well tell the friend to take their own notes”, or tell the instructor they need to write larger, but this is one of those instructors that we all hated to have (You know the ones that move way to fast and offer no help). Here is my question…Is there any way to make the font bigger so that when you print it you may actually be able to read it?? The road block I hit was, I was able to have the friend to find out that the instructor is using “Notability”. When I played with that application I found out that when the file is converted in Notability to a .pdf it essentially takes a snap shot of the screen. This creates a .pdf that is broken up into four equal panes that are images (Why four panes I am not sure). Therefore the OCR recognition in Adobe can’t read the document to edit the text. Any help or thoughts would be a huge help to them.