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Old 27th October, 2005, 03:16 PM
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Adobe Reader & printing large schematics to multiple pages

Using version 6 of Adobe Reader on 2k (if that matters);
Most manufactures have their Service Manuals in pdf form now (unfortunately).

Problem is, those (what should be) four and six page schematics are useless when printed on a single page ( the way they are farmatted in Reader) since there is NO way they can be read.

How can one of these (what should be) six page documents be printed out so they can be taped together to form what use to be in a hard copy manual?
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