Adobe Acrobat has a shrink to fit option in their print menu. I'm not sure if it comes with their free-reader. Try printing as a 1up. It seems a small adaptation. HLR -----Original Message----- From: Peter Chang firstname.lastname@example.org To: Numpyemail@example.com Numpyfirstname.lastname@example.org Date: Friday, February 18, 2000 7:09 AM Subject: [Numpy-discussion] numpy documentation - alternative format?
I've just started to use python and numpy and want to print out the numpy document but the PDF file has a strange aspect ratio which makes it hard to print it as 2up on A4 paper. (I've tried hacking about with the postscript generated by xpdf but it seems that there is no global setting for page size!)
Could the authors please provide alternative formats for the doc, eg. as postscript files sized for A4 and letter so that people can print them out easier?
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On Fri, 18 Feb 2000, Herbert L. Roitblat wrote:
Adobe Acrobat has a shrink to fit option in their print menu. I'm not sure if it comes with their free-reader.
Is it available for Linux? I'll check it out...
Try printing as a 1up. It seems a small adaptation.
I'm trying to save dead trees, i.e. print out 40 odd pages instead of 90 odd.