New to the forum-what is this thing about points?
Under File>Print>Page scaling, set it to "fit to printable area".
You can award points to the person with the correct answer. Supposedly, people with many points are the ones that know what they're talking about. It's a newish system that a lot of us that have been around for a while don't really worry about much.
Tried that several times-no joy.
Image is about 3/3 inches-no matter what I do.
A few things come to mind.
When I had an older version of this app, I could change the scale.
Have versn. 9 now and I'm stuck with the original size.
I'll check with the sender maybe he can explain the problem.
Tried the Adobe phone help and they will be happy to work with me for $39
fat chancewhat a rip off!
If I get a chance, I'll send a snail mail to Adobe and tell them what I think of Versn. 9
The forum site (forum.adobe.com) says it has a security problem and hasn't been able to accept any new posts-WTF?
Just as well-I ain't much of a forum guy anyhow.
Thanks for your help-it's time for me to move on.
You can use the built-in magnifier of Windows.
Or, you can open it with Illustrator and resize the PDF.
Try zooming in on the page so it fills the screen, select the entire image with the snapshot tool, go to File>Print and be sure that selected graphic is chosen and fit to printable area is chosen.
If that doesn't work, there is something odd about that specific PDF and yes, you'll have to talk to the creator.
Whatever you wish to enlarge, scan it into your photo program. There, you can enlarge, print, do whatever you want to the image.
Mine only say "Fit" and it doesn't change anything.
Save the PDF on your Desktop (or other place where you will know where to find it); open the file with Photoshop Elements or Photoshop CC (I don't know about other photo editing software because I use only Elements and CC); Crop either the portion of the image you want, or the entire image to the dimensions you want (i.e. 8 1/2 x x 11); Re-save as a PDF. Of course, some resolution will be lost in the enlarging process.