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When converting Publisher file to PDF it shows 4 on one page

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When I create a publisher advert (and on page setup, advanced it says 1 page per sheet) and then print preview I can see one advert. But when I then convert to PDF (thru web based PDF converter) it comes up with 4 of the same advert on one page.

Does anyone know how to rectify this please? I just want the one ad on the PDF not 4!

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Emily

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