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Topic: Problems Creating User Defined Custom Page Size
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 133835
From: gambler
Date: 6/3/2005 01:07 PM

Hi there,
I'm trying to create a user defined custom page size to convert a document into pdf. I'm following Pro 7 instructios which say...
'Click on Abode Printer...Click properties button...In Adobe settings tab click Add next to page size menu...Specify name, width, height and unit and click Add/Modify'.
However, when I do this it says...'Not allowed to modify system or printer defined paper size, only user defined paper size can be modified or deleted.
Can you help me work out what the problem is here and how I can actually create a user defined paper size.
Thanks
G


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