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Topic: Creating pdf from GIS Layout Problems and Plotter Problems
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 137019
From: ckyle
Date: 7/30/2005 12:27 AM

Hello,

I use a GIS application called Maptitude, and am using Acrobat 6.0 Pro. I set up my Layout to print to pdf with a page size of 45" X 25". The pdf page size is 45x25, but only about a 24" square of the map prints out; the rest of the page is blank. If I make my page size under 25", then the pdf comes out just fine.

Also, When I print these pdf's to the plotter, I have problems. With 6.0, I cannot print to the plotter, even if I scale to fit, or use the exact page size. I have to use 5.0 to print to the plotter and scale to fit 45x25 to 45x25. It sounds strange, but it works.

Thanks for the help.


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