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Topic: Page size setup
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 104724
From: amysachs80
Date: 1/28/2004 04:43 AM

I have been charged with converting Microsoft Word forms to Adobe 6.0. There is one 3-page form which I have converted. The paper size is supposed to be legal. The problem I am having is setting the default paper size to legal. The form will be accessible through a Citrix network and what I need is for this form to automatically print on legal size paper. If I change the settings to legal and save the document the next time it is open the print setting reverts back to letter. To me is seems like users should be able to manually select the paper size themselves. But...the company does not want users to have to do this themselves. Please help this form has been finished for a month and we can not get over the page size hurdle. HELP!!


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