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Topic: Adjusting page margins
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 167613
From: birkieboy
Date: 10/28/2008 05:30 AM


Brand new here. I rarely make PDF's and have forgotten how to do a basic function. I'm converting Excel files to PDF and I want the PDF pagination to be the same as that used in the excel files. The Excel file has page numbering within it so when I convert to PDF, I need the full Excel page to be the same length in PDF. Currently, a couple of the pages from my Excel file convert into a page plus carryover into a second page with a line or two on added page in PDF. This make my page numbering incorrect in the PDF and the page break isn't where I want it (had it in Excel). I assume I need to some how adjust the margins in the PDF so they capture full pages from Excel without carrying over into an additional page. So, how do I adjust margins in PDF's? Is there a way to see/alter where the page break is going to be in a PDF, similar to what you can do in page break view in Excel?

Thank you very much!


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