matius — 2010-09-23T12:29:14-04:00 — #1
When I make a PDF out of a Word document for example, the PDF opens at a random size percentage and doesn't really look as expected. At 100% (after modifying preferences) the PDF is gigantic...
How do you control the size of this thing so it looks like a normal document at 100% when you open it?
Seems like it should work at the default but not everything in life is logical.
So what I'm looking at incorrectly? Appreciate any help.
matius — 2010-09-23T13:08:21-04:00 — #2
I mean I just want to provide options for downloading content. So the PDF might be made from Photoshop, Word, or whatever really. They must have that ability for a reason!
bluedreamer — 2010-09-23T16:26:54-04:00 — #3
Check your PDF viewer settings, there may be something in there to tell it what "size" to open documents by default.
rguy84 — 2010-09-23T13:02:57-04:00 — #4
The accessibility guy in me has to ask does it HAVE to be a pdf since you are making it from Word?
felgall — 2010-09-23T17:21:36-04:00 — #5
Some of the programs that can create PDFs have options where you can specify the defaults to use when the document is opened.
dez — 2010-10-30T10:16:07-04:00 — #6
Do you mean by the editor, or the person viewing it on the web ?