If I couldn't find a way to get the graphic to fit onto a portrait page at
all, I think I'd set up a landscape master page to use for that page and
then set Acrobat to auto-rotate pages individually.

Rene Stephenson

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Caroline Tabach
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Subject: one picture in a file is landscape


In a file, one graphic will be landscape (in an anchored frame),
And then I will of course have to make a PDF.

How do I go about inserting the graphic and printing it to PDF?

Caroline Tabach
Technical/Marcom Writer



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