Printer Object: How to print "portrait" and "landscape" on the same page?
hope there's a simple solution to this.
If so, I'd appreciate a short hint.
I'm trying to find out how to change the printing
directions for special lines.
I need to print a line from left to right and
another line from bottom to top on the same page.
It's supposed to look like this page
(imagine the bottom to top letters
to be turned 90=B0 to the left)
# d #
# l #
# r #
# o #
# w ...Splitting 2 pages/page landscape postscript file into two single page portrait pages
Hi, I am a newbie.
I have a book.ps file which has all the pages, having two facing pages
per portrait page like this:
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I want to split the two pages. I dont want to scan the pages and then
make bulky images out of compact pdf file. The file was generated from
a dvi and latex that are no longer available. The
author has died. The ps was made to save the number of printed
pages in an era before pdf.
So there are two problems:
(1) split the ps into single p...Landscape Page among Portrait pages in Latex
How can I include/create a 'landscape' page among standard portrait pages?
Suppose I have a big figure which I need to dedicate a 'landscape' page
Is there any package that allows us to do that?
"Edward WIJAYA" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>How can I include/create a 'landscape' page among standard portrait pages?
>Suppose I have a big figure which I need to dedicate a 'landscape' page
>Is there any package that allows us to do that?
Have you looked at...print
we have an intranet site with a print function. We generate a "print
friendly" version of a page, and the user can click a "print" button,
Is it possible to allow the user to select whether the printout should
be in portrait or landscape? I have seen examples on the web which set
landscape - but this appears to be a global setting (so it will always
be landscape). We would like to allow the user to check a checkbox or
something - so they can decide at runtime if they print in portrait or
...InDesign landscape and portrait pages
I want to have one landscape page and one portrait page.
I had hoped to do it by having two masters but I can't figure out how to
set the page orientation for anything except the whole document.
In article <email@example.com>, James <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I want to have one landscape page and one portrait page.
> I had hoped to do it by having two masters but I can't figure out how to
> set the page orientation for anything except the whole document.
You can't. Orientation is by document.
On 5/12/06 7:51 PM, "James" wrote:
>...printing in landscape and portrait mode
In my application i have print option.I have given a combo box to select print orientation.
In my code,i have used the vi's property print.orientation and i have set it to different as users choice.
But the graph looks similar in all print outs despite of the mode selected by the user.
Is there any way to rectify this?
Thanks sir,for ur reply.
What i was trying to do is just to print the graph differently taking the same parameter(for example,in MS Word we can tak...Portrait and Landscape page orientation
I am intersted in having two different page orientations (portrait and
landscape) on the same WORD file - landscape for longer tables,
portrait for text and smaller tables.
How can I do this?
So far I am just using two separate WORD files. Page settings from File
menu seems to affect the whole document.
See my reply to your question about "Automatic numbering of pages".
> I am intersted in having two different page orientations (portrait and
> landscape) on the same WORD file - landscape for longe...Portrait Page as title for landscape document
I typed a simple report in LaTeX using landscape option of geometry
package. The entire report turns out just the way I want it to, but I
need to create a title page for it. Is it possible to set its
orientation (back) to portrait?
...PDF:Writer pages landscape and portrait
Im creating a PDF report and throughout the PDF document there will be
some pages that need to be landscape and some that need to portrait. I
cant seem to find any documentation about inserting pages in the
document with a different layout, it looks like the whole document needs
to be on or the other when initialising
pdf = PDF::Writer.new(:orientation => :landscape)
I currently have the seperate parts of the document rendering
individually so one option would be to merge them altogether when
finished and use the page numbering to tie them together.
Can anyone give some advice on th...rotating to portrait when printing landscape pdf
I want to transform pdf in landscape into Fax TIFF format, rotating
90 degrees to fit the fax page .
I'm using Ghostscript like this:
gswin32c -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sDEVICE=tiffg3 -q -c "<< /Policies <<
/PageSize 5 >> /PageSize [595 842] /InputAttributes << 0 << /PageSize
[595 842] >> >> >> setpagedevice" -f yourfile.pdf -sOutputFile=%2 %1
The command is not working with Ghostscript 8.53
With Ghostscript 8.00 everything worked fine.
Another fax devices: faxg3, faxg32d and faxg4 are not working at all
(Unknown device error).