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Adobe toggles from portrait to landscape

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I have a user who is printing in PDF a several page document. The document has both portrait and landscape documents. When the document prints it prints all portrait. Is there a setting in Adobe that will print portrait when it calls for it and landscape when it calls for it in a multipage document?
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Did you check the printer settings ?
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... and are you sure the dimension of the landscape page are the good one and not adpated with dimension of the portrait page ?
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Printer settings were not changed. I am not sure what you mean about the dimensions. They are 8.5 x 11
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by:Karl Heinz Kremer
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Which version of Acrobat or Reader are you (or your user) using?
On the Acrobat print dialog is a setting to "Auto-rotate and center" - make sure that that's turned on.
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Version 9.2
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by:Karl Heinz Kremer
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"Auto-rotate and center" is the correct option for 9.2

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Why is it no longer an issue? What fixed it?
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