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I'm printing a PPT to PS for conversion to PDF via distiller. The pages
(slides) in the PPT are landscape. The pages in the PDF display sideways. So
the horizontally-oriented pages appear in landscape, but are displayed
rotated 90 degrees in the Reader.
1. Hmm, "display" without an object. Still, I think it sounds OK. Or maybe
I've been infected?
2. This is _not_ about paper vs. PDF. I'm going to use PDF, and I don't care
what the neighbours say.
3. Acrobat Pro 2.1.
John Cornellier mailto:cornelli -at- clamart -dot- srpc -dot- slb -dot- com