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Topic: Excel to PDF - page format/size not filesize
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 121212
From: Bhaltair
Date: 10/29/2004 11:42 PM

To whom it may concern,
I can't believe no one's posted this question that I've had for a while now. I have Adobe Acrobat 6.0, Excel 2000, and I'm on XP. I have used Excel for many different uses, and I'm trying to convert an Excel data worksheet to PDF. I use 1600x1200 resolution on my computer, and when I try to convert this specific file to PDF in excel, it will cut off the page at Column H and print it to page 2 on the PDF file. Is there a way to get Acrobat (or the merge software in excel) to resize the font etc to keep the format that's on my screen, but make it fit within one page width? I've tried making the adobe acrobat's settings within excel to be wider, with no difference. I've searched on the web but I cannot find anyone else's question or answer to this specific topic. Can anyone help? Thank you very much.


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