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How do I get a pdf to open 100% in adobe

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Everytime I open this one adobe file, it opens at 56%, and I have to change my zoom to 100%. Even if I do a Save As in adobe standard 7 and save it as a new document while it is at 100%, it still opens at 56%.
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Hi

You could define the 'Initial View' settings on the corresponding tab from File|Document Properties.

If you set the magnification to 100% it should open as such from then on.

hth
capt.
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I knew it has to be something simple, but I guess I wasn't googling the question right! Thanks!!
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