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Topic: Dynamically check the 'Fit to page' option.
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 80880
From: navin_k
Date: 2/5/2003 03:54 PM

Hello,
I am developing an application which generates the PDF document which measures to a size of 4 inches by 3 inches.this PDF is directed to a thermal printer (Zebra printer) automatically from my application .
When i send the print directly ie opening the acrobat reader & if the "Fit to page" is checked and the stock on the printer is 6" by 4" then the label will get streched, but if the check box is not checked then it would still print with the size of 4" by 3".How do i dynamically check the "Fit to page".I am using commandline option to print the document directly to the printer.Could any one help me on this.Thanks in advance.

Navin


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