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December 17, 2010 /News, Views & Updates /

Twitter Contest Series: Do You (Really) Know Acrobat – Question #3

…. And today’s grand prize is Acrobat X Pro! Ready? Here’s your third and final question for this week’s contest. On your mark, get set, go!

Say you have a page in a PDF file that contains a large image with a white margin around it. What’s the easiest way to remove the white margin?

Keep sending us your answers via Twitter with #AcrobatContest in your message and follow us @Acrobat for winner information, news, tips, future contests and even some Acrobat tricks. Be sure to check out the contest requirements* for eligibility. Good luck!

We also wanted to give a special shout out to the winner of the second Twitter contest this week – @jamesfritz! He was the first person to correctly answer Wednesday’s question asking the quickest way for Acrobat to detect and add fill-able fields. Ready for the answer? Click on the create button, choose “create PDF form” and simply follow the wizard instructions.

* Please note that you can only win an @Acrobat Twitter contest (aka Tweetaway) once every six months. Valid for US residents only.

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  • By Claudia McCue - 10:48 AM on December 17, 2010   Reply

    Tools > Pages, double-click with Crop tool in page. Check the “Remove White Margins” option, click OK, squeal with delight.

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