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Printing in Acrobat

Printing in Acrobat

Printing in Acrobat

Hey all,
First time posting here.
I am working on a project in Microsoft Access and I needed to print a report out in ANSI D (22 x 34). Access can't print it out because it won't allow the width of the page to go past 22". I tried exporting it to word but I had the same issue. So I decided to export into PDF. IT WORKED! WOO HOO!
Ive tried printing in PDF in ANSI D and everything came out fine.
The issue, minor one atleast, is the steps I have to do to get it to print properly. This report updates weekly and I need to print it weekly. I was wondering if I could set up a macro in acrobat to automate the printing process.
I would need it to do the following:
Change paper size to ANSI D
Scale and possible center it
Finally, Print it.

I have tried using Batch Processing but it didnt work out for me.
Is this possible?
In hopes of a response,

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