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My PDFs fit the screen OK, but they print off center cutting off part of the text. The move tool won't let me move it. Any ideas? I have to print these from a PC and would prefer to use the Mac.
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Kind of strange, but I found out that if I go to 'print preview' from the desktop screen instead of from the print menu, I get a centered image.
I'll take it.
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