[Numpy-discussion] numpy documentation - alternative format?

Herbert L. Roitblat roitblat at hawaii.edu
Fri Feb 18 11:14:22 CST 2000

Adobe Acrobat has a shrink to fit option in their print menu.  I'm not sure
if it comes with their free-reader.
Try printing as a 1up.  It seems a small adaptation.
-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Chang <peter at eexpc.eee.nott.ac.uk>
To: Numpy-discussion at lists.sourceforge.net
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Date: Friday, February 18, 2000 7:09 AM
Subject: [Numpy-discussion] numpy documentation - alternative format?

>Hi there,
>I've just started to use python and numpy and want to print out the numpy
>document but the PDF file has a strange aspect ratio which makes it hard
>to print it as 2up on A4 paper. (I've tried hacking about with the
>postscript generated by xpdf but it seems that there is no global setting
>for page size!)
>Could the authors please provide alternative formats for the doc, eg.
>as postscript files sized for A4 and letter so that people can print them
>out easier?
> Peter
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