AutoDesk offers free plug-in for Internet Explorer,
whick allows anyone to view AutoCAD drawings with
requiring AutoCAD installed on the system.
For printing, I am not sure; their website should have
--- richard lewis <rlewistx(--nospam--at)juno.com> wrote:
> I just purchased Adobe Acrobat 5 to use primarily to
> send CAD files. I
> installed it on my computer. Now my problem is
> trying to print. I can't
> figure out how to get a 24x36 piece of paper. It
> only lets me choose
> from 8.5x11 or 11x17. I can't find anything in my
> documentation for
> changing or adding paper sizes.
> Can someone give me a brief tutorial on setting it
> up to print drawing
> size sheets?
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