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Topic: Print to File Problem
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 40779
From: albatross
Date: 5/22/2002 03:27 PM

I have made a small program that coverts PDF file to PS using "Adobe PostScript Printer". The default port is "File" and page size is A4.

Now, when running the program on win 2000 the output is perfect 8.5x11 i.e. A4, but when i run the same on Win 98 the output file page size is entirely different its 7.63x11.53.

I checked the printer settings in Win 98, the page size for A4 was 209.9 x 297 mm, where as other printers like HP 6L was showing page size as 210 x 297.

The abov mentioned PostScript printer is using Adobe Postscript printer driver.

Kindly help me if anybody is having any idea to tackle it.

T&R

Albatross

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