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Topic: How to define the printable area programatically?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 67839
From: eltonchew
Date: 6/28/2002 10:05 PM

My PDF document was sent to a printer with the "Shrink Oversize pages to paper size" option under menu unchecked (I need to set this option to retain the text size and image size). This caused the border of my printed PDF being chopped off by white spaces. I believe the white spaces margin are set by the printable area of the Acrobat's Print function. How can I, through Acrobat SDK (or any other programatical means), ask Acrobat to print the document as it is and not defining the white space (or printable area?)

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