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PDF Document file is tilting slightly. How to fix


Best Answer DavidTD0879 , 31 August 2015 - 08:09 AM

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I have Adobe Acrobat Professional v9.  Is there any way to adjust the tilt of the document.  Each pages' text seems to have tilted slightly


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Hello DavidFox0155  :welcome:

 

 

 

If the document has been scanned into a PDF, then using Adobe Acrobat 9.0, you should be able to deskew the document as follows:
1. Open the document into Adobe Acorbat Pro 9.0
2. Click "Document" from the top menu
3. Select Optimized Scanned PDF
Note that Deskew is set to automatic so just press the OK button and the tilt should be corrected.

Hope that helps

 


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Also try PDF Repair Toolbox. The tool reads corrupted PDF files and saves all recovered information to a new file for Adobe Reader/Adobe Acrobat. For more: https://www.repairto.../pdfrepair.html


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