I would open the document and get the print menu up. Select "Adobe PDF" and then go under the "preferences" button and under the "layout" tab select "landscape". Then press the "advanced" buttton and change the paper to one of the oversized settings. Print as normal. I hope this works for you!
As you had in your post.... I would print it and then rescan it...
Let me know how it goes.
Thnaks for your rteply, but that does not seem to have worked -- at least
not for me.
If you can open a Visio file (I have MS Visio Professional 2002 with SP-2),
then please see the attached 2 files, which I put together to try to get
17x11 pages to print. You can see that the Visio dummy is right at 11x17,
but the PDF is distorted. Those are in Portrait (which I can rotate to get
Landscape, even though it would be distorted relative to the Visio
original). When I tried it in Landscape, the image was in landscape, but
the page was in portrait, with about 1/2 of the image missing (because it
extended beyond that page). It is as if Acrobat is saying that pages this
large must be in portrait and will be resized to fit some requirement.
Anyway, that is the best that I have been able to do so far.
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