Why do you need to drag them to a new file?
In any case, my DocResize script will do this for you. If you're
interested, you have my email
I found, after testing, more easy to resize the PDFs before, in a batch.
Dragging them later, between files, is very fast and they already have the right size.
Could not find this specific script at Bookraft web site!
Please, give me a link.
I'm curious why you say the multipage importer was not useful. It has a scale capability if all the pages are to be scaled the same. Is it that the PDFs are all single pages? If so, why not combine them all into a single PDF in Acrobat pro, then use the script?
I mentioned that script because it was my first solution. But the script has some restrictions, for example cannot import with more recent options like «crop to a bounding box»to place only the image area. Zanelli sometimes places the images with the whole page not allowing to place in that strict real size. Thanks.
What version of the script are you running? The latest version for CS5 and later certainly has the crop options. It might be that your PDF doesn't have all the crop boxed defined, or that they are all the same size.
Oh, that screen is where ID (2014) has options that Zanelli (2010) lacks.
Thanks for this info, Peter.
Ariel's script works fine!