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  • neosi
    Dont forget to use the 'snap tool' when printing large PDF coupons.. otherwise you'll waste alot of ink..

    Instructions for the 'snap tool' in Adobe Reader are below, copied from my old post

    Save and open the pdf, move the slider down so the coupon is in the center of your screen. If its a full A4 size page and you cant get the coupon centred, zoom out by using the + and - buttons on your tool bar

    Hit the tools button...then 'select and zoom' and then 'snapshot tool'

    Now with your mouse hold the left button down and drag out a square or rectange over the coupon, you'll see a blue box appear as you drag. Once done let go of the left mouse button and you get a message stating the selected area has been copied. Hit print and the print preview screen will show just the coupon ready to be printed. To the left of that theres a drop down box 'Page Scaling' select 'shrink to printable area' your coupon should now be in the centre of the page. Hit print job done... HTH

    Video here
    Last edited by neosi; 18-03-2012 at 11:11 PM.
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