Can PDF's be resized? (height and width)

I have a large PDF booklet that I would like the height and width reduced.  Is this possible?

If Dov see's this, I'll get reprimanded, but...I do not see him here often.
Downscaling will not have the caveat of upscaling, where there would be an effective loss of image/pixel resolution.
Obviously for a one time print, you could use the page scaling from the print dialog. If you need a more permanent solution, you could set up a custom page size and print to pdf, effectively re-frying the pdf. The result would include a loss of color management, multimedia content, bookmarks(?), live transparency and other behind the scenes elements within a pdf. To much extent, it would appear and behave as a typical pdf, but advanced features are stripped out when handling a document this way. (Sometimes, for the better, IMO)
Optionally, preferably, and untested, I would place the pdf into InDesign, scale accordingly and Export to pdf. Given the proper export settings, I believe more original structure would be maintained.

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