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Topic: Batch Printing with a twist
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 51984
From: johnsb
Date: 5/29/2002 04:49 PM

I need to batch print PDFs that are different sizes. When a file is opened in Acrobat it shows the size of the document at the bottom of the window. I can drag and drop selected files from windows directly to a paused windows print queue and then unpause it - works great! EXCEPT all the files will be printed to the set paper size in the printer's properties despite the fact that they are different image sizes. I have a printer that will automatically change to the proper size paper when a file is presented to it, but when a print driver tags the file with a paper size it obeys that instead.

I have tried talking with Adobe and they say look for a third party plug-in or software. Any ideas? Thanks.

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