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    Portrait and Landscape at the same time in Optio

    Hi,

    Is it possible in optio that for each layout, we define its own page orientation?

    I currently have a pdf of 3 pages and for the first 2, it must be printed in a portrait layout and the third page on a landscape format.

    The way I did it is to create 2 layouts within optio. The first to page will use layout A and the 3rd page will use layout B which is in Landscape orientation.

    However, it does not work although the layouts have different oriention.

    Does anyone know any settings that will allow me to print the document in the right format.

    Thanks


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    Re: Portrait and Landscape at the same time in Optio

    You have done it correctly...
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    Re: Portrait and Landscape at the same time in Optio

    Hi,

    Yes, what you have done is correct. You can set different watch for the landscape and portrait input pages and apply it as when to execute condition for each of the layouts.
    Hope this works.

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