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Adobe Acrobat standard printing and print image in landscape when default is portrait

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Jan 17, 2024 Jan 17, 2024

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So I have run into an issue with one of my end users where the pdf she is trying to print is trying to print in landscape through acrobat standard. I have check that the printing preferences are defaulted into portrait mode and printing from other sources prints fine however printing from adobe it wants to print into landscape the only work around I have found so far is to go into paper size and manually change it to letter size and portrait. Is there a way to default this into portraid inside of adobe. I have attached an image for referenceadobe.jpg

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She has “Poster” selected. Acrobat will print the data (which is in landscape) on two sheets, which are in portrait.

 

Except, if she really wants printing in “Poster” mode, she should change to “Size”. However, if the data is in Landscape, She should print the data in Landscape. My data is in portrait, so, if I select landscape, the data will get cut off:

Abambo_0-1705519924502.png

Other options (choose paper source by PDF page size) will also override her portrait settings.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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