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Topic: convert a HTML file to PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 77032
From: varghese
Date: 11/22/2002 09:56 AM

I am trying to use Webcapture in Acrobat 5.0.5 to convert a large HTML file to PDF. I have gone into the conversion settings and changed the fonts and sizes, but when the document is converted, the fonts are still very small (i.e. set to Ariel 11 but I get Ariel 3.46). As this is too small to read when printed, it is not working for me. I can change the font size after it is converted line-by-line, but I have over 300 pages to do, and this is not efficient. The html file is a local file, not on the WWW. The links all still work and the background is OK as well.

The other problem that I am having is that some of the images get cut off on the bottom of one page and then the rest is put on the next page even though I have the margins set for 1 inch top and bottom. Is there a way to keep the image together?

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