I wonder if anyone else has this problem?
I use Adobe Pagemaker to compile an electronci publication. I have Pagemaker linked to several .pdf files. Each month, I have to update the .pdf files and when I access Pagemaker, all of the documents now have a new % for height and width. I have to choose each and every Pagemaker page - shoe the Control Palette and then individually change the % back to 100. It is SO time consuming. Does anyone know how I can 'lock' this in?
Wow, I have never seen someone put an image in excel to post to a website before.
If you are updating the pdf files and you change the data, so that the size of the pdf changes, there is no way to avoid the "squished" pdf in pagemaker. Is there anyway you can standardize the page size of the pdf files?
It seems odd that that the PDF page sizes are not standard, e.g. A5 or whatever, in the first place. What is the source application for the PDF - Excel?
(And likewise I was somewhat thrown by Excel being used for an uploaded image!)
Iechyd da! John
23:13 17/09/2009 BST
You really need to use InDesign where you can Place excel files in an ID document. then you can place those ID files in a Master ID file this would be so much easier than what you are doing now.