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With some more google searching, I found pdfcrop:

http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/support/pdfcrop/

It does exactly what I want, without converting to postcript.

Jonathan


Shawn wrote (pasting in from archive):
>You might be able to use pdf2ps (part of ghostscript) followed by
>psresize (part of psutils). All the tools in psutils are versatile,
>but I usually have to experiment a bit to get what I want.
>
>shawn.
>
>On Thursday 21 August 2003 01:06 pm, Jonathan Stickel wrote:
>> R. Douglas Barbieri wrote (on vox):
>> > I'd love to get rid of Windows entirely from my home, and will, the day
>> > Adobe Premiere finally works correctly under Linux/Wine.
>>
>> Actually, one of the few apps I still must use windows for is Adobe
>> Acrobat. Does anyone know if this works with Linux/Wine?
>>
>> My specific need is cropping an entire PDF (i.e. removing excess
>> margins). Does anyone know if there is a ghostscript (command line or
>> app) to do this as an alternative to Acrobat?
>>
>> Jonathan

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