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Posted on 2013-01-17
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Hi,

Using my eFax service, sending a ONE PAGE PDF to a physical fax machine, sometimes content comes out on both pages. 95% on the first and the last 5% on the second.

The content on the PFD fills the whole page up top to bottom, with the typical margins.

Any ideas and thoughts?
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Prob best to contact their tech support. your paying for their service....
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