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I have a complex PDF page that I am trying to render to a web page that I want to print. All the methods below yield a viewable web page, but when I print preview the page is turncated and generally overflows onto ansedcond page.   

I have tried the following, and have ensured that the browser margins are set to the minimum:

1. Run thru a pdf to html conversion program.  This generally reaults in a page overrun, caused by the left/right margins in the pdf.  

2. Convert the pdf to jpg.... then crop the margins, and resave.  This allows the full width of the page to show, but truncates the bottom of the page.

3. Crop as above and resized the output. Bottom is still truncated..


Any help woupold be most appresicated.

Randy

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