Correct a Document That Is Too Large For the E-Filing System

June 4, 2021 • Chris Haley


This video tutorial take viewers through some steps that can reduce the width of a PDF when the Court rejects a filing because the document is too large. It’s important to note that a rejection because the document is too large does not have anything to to with the document’s file size in terms of megabytes. This rejection has to do with the one page (or all pages) of a PDF being larger than the required 8.5″ x 11″ format.

When any page of a PDF is larger than 8.5″ x 11″ (i.e.improper), the court’s file stamp appears microscopic and illegible. Therefore, the filing clerks must reject the document and request the filer resubmit the filing in a proper size.

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