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Topic: Printing PDFs w/multiple page sizes
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 69007
From: SunTrust
Date: 7/20/2002 03:16 AM

Hi I have this dilemna that has vexed me for ages!!!

When I create a PDF with multiple page sizes (i.e., pages 1-3 are letter sized and pages 4-7 are legal)the entire document prints on letter sized paper regardless.

Here's the kicker: If I have a document that is ONLY legal or ONLY letter, then the docs print the correct size. Its just when I have a mixed document that I experience this problem.

Since these PDFs are being used as field examples for our clients, it is critical that our clients are able to print the docs in the correct size.

Might anyone know the reason behind all this and a possible fix? This would totally lift a weight from my shoulders. Thanks sooo much!

P.S. - I am using Acrobat 4.0

Nichola Piber

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