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Pdf printing i'd like to setup two pdf printers, one for 8.5" x 11" letter documents (so no matter what size pdf file i send to it, it prints 8.5" x 11"). the second would be for 11 x17 paper (same thing, no matter what pdf file i send to it, it will print to 11 x 17 paper). scaling of corse is important, documents smaller than the paper size need to be up scaled, and documents larger than the paper size need to be down scaled. once i have that working, i'll have some batch printing software monitoring the directory with the pdf files in them, and print according to the size they were saved as. no sizing would have to be done at that point becuase the first step sized the document. thank you, bob carlo rcarlo@vossmfg.com

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