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print dialog presets: How to set page scaling default to NONE. The default appears to be something other than NONE.
Curt Koch 402 days ago
It's a registry setting...WindowsHKCU\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\>version<\AVGeneralType: REG_DWORDName: iprintScalingValues:0 = Fit1 = None2 = Shrinketc.Close Acrobat.Change the valueOpen Acrobat and check... Depending on the version of Acrobat it may take a few tries to get the right one.Disclaimer: I, AcrobatUsers, Adobe Systems, nor anyone, nor anything else (sentient or non-sentient, living, diseased, nonliving) shall be, in any remote manner, responsible if you completely booger up and hoze your computer by manually editing the registry. Swim at your own risk. No lifeguard on duty. No salesman will call.Thanks.Doug
This worked. With version 10.1.5 we added iprintScaling and set it to 1.
Curt Koch Commented 391 days ago | Report
There are two choices when you set the page scaling: None and Default. Default is whatever the application would use without that preset (e.g. the last value that was used for page scaling for the last document printed). When you set it to None, the print dialog will select "Actual Size".
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