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    PRC Member Bob12345 is on a distinguished road
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    Printing or converting a very long web page to PDF in Acrobat Pro

    Hello all you experts,

    Can anyone tell me if there is a way to get Acrobat (Pro XI) to produce a document which is not divided into pages?

    I mean, like an old-fashioned scroll, where the whole document is just one long page.

    The big thing is especially when you just don't know how long the document is going to be until you've actually printed/converted it.

    Grateful for ideas or pointers to a method.

    Edit: Might a different PS driver help at all, like mentioned in this curiously interesting post here:

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    PRC Member Kitaro will become famous soon enough
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    Hi there,

    for Firefox you can use Fireshot. This addon can convert a homepage in a long PDF. Problem is that the PDF is only a picture, so you can't select and copy text.

    Best regards

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