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Old 02-23-2009, 11:37 PM   #1
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converting PDF files

I have an out of print book in PDF format I need to convert in to something
that will let me print it out with 4 pages per sheet the book is 1243 pages long so just feeding it to the printer is out of the question

for those sticklers out there the author died in 1949 and book came out in 1952 so the copyright has run out
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Adobe Reader should let you print multiple pages per sheet..
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kpdf will let you print 4 pages / sheet
File - Print - Printer properties - Print format - 4 pages per sheet


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