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Topic: Is there a way to set the 'fit to page'property?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54377
From: crom654
Date: 5/29/2002 05:05 PM

Is there any way to have pdf documents 'force' the 'fit to page' printer option to be always 'on', as a default when they are opened? If so, is there any programmatic way to accomplish this?

We have legal size (and other size) documents that will be distributed to numerous users, but we are concerned that they may be printed with the 'fit to page' option unset, in which case the users would get text
cut off their printed pages.

Is this just something pdf developers must live with? One should just count on users selecting 'fit to page' or not, as necessary?


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