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I have the same issue..
800x600, In Adobe Acrobat 7, the print dialog box takes up the whole screen and users cant see the bottom.
The Print dialog box is much smaller in Word.
ANy help appreciated.
Ok, I have the same problem, but to me its not so bad, normally I have 1280 x 1024. At any other screen resolution than 800x600 it works!
We use Citrix and users can only use 800x600 resolution.
There has to be a way to make adboe print box smaller.
I believe that the minimum requirement is 1024x768 screen resolution.
> There has to be a way to make adboe print box smaller.
I doubt it. Are you a programmer? If so then, a definite maybe.
Try to print the document off the desk top by right clicking the mouse. I am still looking for a solution. When opening a pdf file with adobe my display changes to an 800 x 600 pixel.
I am trying to resolve a similar problem on a Toshiba laptop running Vista. Dialog boxes are being displayed that fill the entire screen truncating the OK, Cancel and Apply buttons that should appear at the bottom of the dialog box. This is happening on all contol panel and games settings dialog boxes. I have tried the Toshiba zoom settings (FN+Space), but this has not foxes the problem.
Easy solution. Just shrink the size of the main window from the sides or at the corners. Then click on the printer icon. You should now see the print button in the print window.
I'm having the problem on an ASUS 900a running the default linux - 1024 x 600 is as big as the screen gets.
Also, the Adobe print dialog window isn't resizable and resizing the main Adobe window doesn't make the print dialog any smaller.