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Topic: Custom page size, wrong orientation
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 76608
From: JETSETwilly
Date: 11/17/2002 02:42 PM

Picture the scene:

>Word document, page setup to A5 (148.5x210) portrait.

>Print to .ps file using custom page size A5 portrait in Distiller PPD.

>Distill .ps file using A5 portrait page size in job options.

>The result is an A5 landscape PDF with only the bottom half of the original document showing.

I have tried using 'Auto-rotate page' in Distiller to no avail. Also, adding "<< /AutoRotatePages /None >> setdistillerparams" to the prologue doesn't help matters.

This is really getting my goat.....even just a nudge in the right direction would do my stress the world of good.

Cheers.


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