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Topic: formatting
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 113151
From: Pauley
Date: 6/10/2004 09:03 PM

I have written a small book in Microsoft Word and then converted it to Adobe PDF. I have no problem with the way it formatted it. However, I have found a printer that is willing to put my book in print for me (a print on demand), but he says I need to change the way it is formatted now to a size of 4.18 X 6.88, the size of the book. I can not figure out how to do this in Adobe (my daughter has Adobe Acrobat Pro) and she is unsure herself.

I tried formatting it in Microsoft Word, then clicking on the "convert to Adobe PDF" button. When it is finished, all of the words on the right hand side are cut off.

Obviously, I am not very well versed in this formatting business. Is there an "easy" way to do this?

Thanks for any assistance!


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