Microsoft Word/Printing word document in PDF
I created a document at http://advantagein.com/overviewtable-front-back220.pdf
in Microsoft Word and converted to PDF. However, when it is printed in Adobe Reader, the margins are a lot bigger than it looks on the computer screen. Although in the print preview they are big as well.
In Adobe Reader I clicked print and "shrink oversized pages" is selected. When I select "custom scale 100%" the margins looks better. The text fits on an A4 page which is what I saved the document to print on. So I am wondering why it suggests it is oversized. Also, is there a way I can set it up so that it does not automatically shrink the text? I do not want the margins to be too big because I will then have to make the text too small.
The document prints out well in Microsoft Word.
Hi there Richard
I have to admit I haven't come across this exact problem...
Here is an answer on a forum (Mac) that may be helpful for you: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1436839
. The last comment suggests that you need to use Adobe Acrobat (the full program, not just Reader) and change the settings there.
Sorry I don't have more knowledge on this!
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