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Auto switching from Landscape to Portrait in Tile Printing

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Jul 06, 2021 Jul 06, 2021

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Okay. I'm using the latest iteration of Adobe Acrobat Reader DC. I'm tryin gto print a 24X36" map I've drawn, using the Poster setting. I set it for Landscape Print, and the Preview shows all of the 'tiles' - 9 of them - laid out as Landscape. I print it, it works fine.

Then I check the 'Cut Marks' box and suddenly, each tile has flipped to Portrait, and now I have 15 tiles. And this is exactly how it prints, regardless the selection of Portrait or Landscape.

I uncheck 'Cut Marks' and it goes back to 9 Landscape-oriented tiles, which all print fine.

I want the 'Cut Marks' for assembly of the map, but not at the expense of almost twice the number of sheets of paper.

Is there a way to get 'Cut Marks' and maintain the tiles printing in Landscape orientation, or no?







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