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Topic: Creating A PDF from DOC and JPG
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 137900
From: t_anjan
Date: 8/14/2005 07:19 AM

I have a set of A4 sized Word DOCs and A4 sized JPGs (created in photoshop). In Acrobat 7, when I created a PDF from all these files, the image files were displayed a lot bigger than the DOCs. Even though the original files are all A4 sized, the display size in Acrobat is different. I know that when I print the PDF file, it will print fine on A4, but I intend to use the file as a presentation in 'Facing' page layout. But the pages should all be of the same size for it to look nice. Any ideas what I can do fix this?
Thanx in advance...

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