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I have a PDF file that contains a number of long columns. No chance these will fit on an 8.5x11" page, even in landscape, without some wrapping issues.

Excel has a fit to print option whereby the final product is shrunk to fit the width of the page. The fonts can get small but you do end up with a document that won't wrap when it's printed out. Is there something similar I can do for PDFs?

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Yes.

On every version of Adobe Reader when you go to print a pdf there is this option which does exactly what you're asking:

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If it is missing then you need to update your copy of Adobe Reader.

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When you print in Adobe Reader, in the print screen go down to the section labeled as Page Handling. The option Page Scaling will be a dropdown menu, choose "Fit to Printable Area".

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