[texhax] Font size changed by Adobe Reader

Frauke Jurgensen fraukevj at gmail.com
Fri Mar 2 19:58:02 CET 2007

I suspect that when you open the file with Acrobat, it's shrinking the page
automatically to adjust the margins (to 96% or so?). I think you can turn
off that option somewhere.

On 3/2/07, Rodolfo Medina <rodolfo.medina at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, all TeX users.
> After running TeX (plain TeX), I convert dvi into ps with:
> $ dvips file.dvi -o
> , then ps into pdf with:
> $ ps2pdf file.ps
> . Now, if I print the file.pdf using Linux all seems to go well; instead,
> if I
> open the file through MS Windows and Adobe Reader and then print it, I see
> that
> the font size is smaller: a 12pt becomes 11pt or so.
> Can anybody please suggest a possible solution?
> I need using MS Windows to print my files because I'm often out of home
> and
> then apply to printing shops that only have MS Windows.
> Thanks,
> Rodolfo
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