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Topic: Changing PDF Print options
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 99530
From: PDFDummy
Date: 11/1/2003 06:34 AM

Hello,

I have several PDF files that need to be sent overseas and printed. The problem is that I need to change the paper size from the standard "letter" to "A4". I can make the change by going into the Page Setup and selecting the new paper size, but the setting does not save. I then tried opening the original word doc, changing the paper size and saving as PDF, but this had the same results. When I opened the PDF and checked the page setup, it was again defaulted to Letter.

Any help would be great, I'm at work and might not have the time to check on this forum so if you could email me any suggestions that would be great.

Thx


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