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PDF Editor with Options?


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I'm looking for a PDF editor for Snow Leopard that has options for how large the default page size is when a reader opens the actual PDF document. For some PDF documents, I would like to set the default page size to a customized size depending on the readability of the material. This way, the reader doesn't have to manually increase the page size in order to read it.

Thanks for any tips.
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