error when i want to save pdf format in publisher

Hello, my name is agus, i have a problem with microsoft publisher.
i can't to save as pdf format, when i save file, i have announcement: the disk is full trying to write c:\User\agus\appdata\local\microsoft\...\AA27D8fc.tmp
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Agus PalbenoSupport ITAuthor Commented:
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Agus PalbenoSupport ITAuthor Commented:
Hello, my name is agus, i have a problem with microsoft publisher.
i can't to save as pdf format, when i save file, i have announcement: the disk is full trying to write c:\User\agus\appdata\local\microsoft\...\AA27D8fc.tmp
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Serena HsiMarketing ConsultantCommented:
Is this a home computer or a computer hooked up to a networked workplace? What happens when you try saving the file to a different folder or USB drive? Also, have any printers been recently installed that's connected to that computer?
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Alex CarmichaelCommented:
Just stumble onto this problem, very nerve-racking, because my C drive is nearly full, but should have enough room.  This is a rare glitch, I'm not sure MS is aware of it yet.

The solution:  when you insert or drag-and-drop your image onto publisher, DO NOT RESIZE.  I've used Publisher hundreds of times, this wasn't a problem until I tried to resize the image in Publisher before converting to PDF.  This leaves you with a document (example 16"x22") that is smaller than the paper you want printed / published. (ex. 24"x36").  When you go to print the PDF, just make sure under Paper Size & Handling, you have selected "Fit", not "Actual Size" - then you are good-to-go.

BTW, I am working with high-resolution graphics and large file sizes (TIF = 41 MB, PDF = 16 MB).

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