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coldfusion CFReport PDF Scales smaller if greater than 700 pages

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win2k3 server, coldfusion 8, no report builder, sql 2005 backend. I run everal CF reports from the same data source, selecting various groups of records. I am creating a pdf out of this process. If the report is roughly < 700 pages all is well. If > than that the resulting pdf fonts are scaled down at least 1 point or mavbe more, rendering them un-usable. All reports use sam cfm program, same format, same everything. Does anyone know how to stop this?
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there were some scaling issues with cfdocument fixed with hotfixes and I believe cfreport is based on cfdocument. Make sure you have all the updates applied (other than that i've no ideas)
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Thanks for the quick response! Unfortunately I've applied all the updates/hot fixes to no avail.
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