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Rich_Cohen (DC)
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Maximum Paper Size?

Jun 17, 2013 1:16 PM

Tags: #custom #size #large #paper

I have Adobe Acrobat X Std running on Windows 7.  I'm thinking about upgrading to XI.  The key will be paper size.  I create large data models.  Up to 60" X 240".  I know Adobe used to have a 200" limit.  Is it stll the case?   After experimenting with my currect version, I think there is a 3000 square inch limit as well.  I could print a diagram sized to 30" X 90" but not one sized at 30" X 100".  That was with Acrobat X Standard.   That's why I'm considering the Pro version for my upgrade, but I want to know what it's upper limits are.  Anyone have an answer?

 

Rich

 
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    Jun 17, 2013 3:10 PM   in reply to Rich_Cohen (DC)

    Acrobat has a 200" limit. (There is some trick for storing a scale in a file to handle bigger files, but it doesn't seem to work properly, because my last tests showed the scale is ignored on printing).

     

    I've seen other reports of an area limit; might be a Windows thing,as Distiller (the PDF making tool) doesn't really care about area.

     
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