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How to save as document pages in PDF in straight view? (Moved from Windows 10)

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  1. Signode

    Signode Thread Starter

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    Hello;

    I have 4 pages of a scanned document. when i open the pages, their view is straight but when i do PRINT them in PDF printer to save as them in PDF, the view of all four pages rotated to left while i want straight.
    If i pre-rotate the pages to left then send PRINT command, hence their view is rotated left. Kindly guide how to resolve this issue?
     
  2. SpywareDr

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    Have you tried change the settings from Landscape to Portrait?
     
  3. Signode

    Signode Thread Starter

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    Yes. Also changed the size but not.
     
  4. SpywareDr

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    Hmmm... Maybe try viewing the PDF in Google's Chrome browser, get it looking just like you like it and then tell Chrome to save it as a new PDF.
     
  5. Macboatmaster

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    Check this please
    print_handling3.png
    do you have the box - auto rotate - checked
    If so uncheck it
     
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