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but Win2pdf, draw in Acad, plot to Win2pdf - it is slick, keeps the colors, and is useful for contractors, etc. - even presentations.

if you took the time to draw it right, then present it with the same professionalism.

jt

Avicpeng wrote:

Try setting the print size to the printer option.  You have have left it as the size of the pdf file. 
Thor Tandy P.Eng
Victoria, BC
Canada
vicpeng(--nospam--at)telus.net 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, April 19, 2005 12:17 PM
Subject: Adaobe 7 PDF Printing
 
Hopefully there is someone who can give me some technical information regarding printing with Adobe.

I am trying to print a 24x36 sheet of a stress contour from an engineering program.  I setup my printer in the program and did a preview.  Everything looks fine on a 24x36 sheet.  I plot the sheet using distiller and it breaks it into 12 - 8.5x11 sheets.

I went into my printer dialog and changed the default sheet of distiller to 24x36.  I?ve been through the ?advanced? tab, etc. and changed the default sheet to 24x36 and still it prints on 8.5x11.

Can anyone give me some insight into getting a large sheet output?

Rich Lewis

Lewis Engineering

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