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Topic: help with pdf layout
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 115381
From: Doorind
Date: 7/14/2004 07:48 AM

sorry if this question has already come up, i searched around the forums and the web and i cant find anything about it.

heya... i'm using indesign CS to set up a little portfolio (cuz i guess i have to get a real job or some crap), and i'm having trouble with the layout of the pdf. i know it's possible to have each page of the pdf open on it's own and at a specific magnification because i've seen it before (arthur mount's portfolio opens single pages instead of stacking them all, and always opens at 100% instead of the default fill-the-screen), i just cannot for the life of me figure out how to do it. i know i probably sound retarded to anyone who is familiar with indesign.... but it's okay because i really am retarded and i wont understand if you make fun of me. is the homepage, i can't link you directly to his pdf portfolio since the whole site is in flash but it's in the downloads section, easy to find.

also, if you know of a program that does this easily (regardless of indesign) could you maybe point me in that direction? thanks in advance for any help anyone can give me.

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