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Installed Adobe Acrobat Pro and now my PDF documents prints sideway

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I installed Adobe Acrobat Pro.  On screen, the document is perfect.  When I print, it print sideways like a bouklet.  Why?  Can it be solve?
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by:rnicolaus
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Open Adobe Acrobat Pro, open a new blank document,
From the File menu select Print Setup
Select Orientation: Portrait
Save the file
Close Adobe

Retry Word
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Or in Word Select Print from the File Menu,
Select Printer (Adobe) and click the Properties button
Select the Layout tab
Select Portrait
Print
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by:parent17
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Tks but that's not it.  It's still print sideways.
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by:kingart000
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Have you checked you printer preferences/settings to make sure you aren't modifiying the type to booklet there?  My users do that quite often.
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I found the error.  I did not have the proper driver for my printer.  I had to re install it and it corrected my siways printing.

Thanks for your help.
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