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Topic: Marings off-set by .5cm
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 74585
From: Nigel Walker
Date: 10/19/2002 08:20 PM

I have searched the forum and found some similar topics but none with a solution that I seem to be able to apply.

I am using Acrobat 5.05, Word 2000 and print on an HP1200. Converting Word to pdf via Pdfmaker.

When I print a Word document with 2cm margins the document prints 'correctly on an A4 sheet. But after conversion it prints with a 15mm left margin, a 25mm right margin, a 25mm top margin and a 15mm bottom margin - in other words shifted by 5mm to the right and bottom.

All the characters are present. In pdfmaker I have the default page size set to A4. In the print options within Acrobat I do NOT have either the 'auto-rotate / center page' or 'oversize' boxes ticked. I have the default page size set to A4.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions

Nigel Walker


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