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    Page size override? (2000)

    First of all - I am most comfortable in Word. I know I can do what I want in other programs, but I know Word better than any others and I would like to try to do this in Word.
    Now - I am making a poster for an animal shelter where I volunteer (anyone want a dog <grin>?). I want the poster to be 18"x24". I will "print" it to Adobe distiller and then have it printed at my best friend's architectural office. The problem is that when I try to set the custom page size to 18"x24" word will not let me get larger than 22". Is there a way I can bypass this without having to do it in publisher?

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    Re: Page size override? (2000)

    I'm afraid that 22" is the built-in maximum page width and page length in Word, according to the Microsoft Knowledgebase.

    Regards,
    Hans

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