Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 07:57:02 -0700
Reply-To: Jon K Peck <email@example.com>
Sender: "SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Jon K Peck <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: changing output settings for pdf-export
Here is sample code that you can include in your syntax stream to set some
of the Page Setup values. Note that margin values are in points. 72
points = 1 inch. All the numbers must be in quotes.
doc = SpssClient.GetDesignatedOutputDoc()
doc.SetPrintOptions(SpssClient.PrintOptions.Orientation, '2') # landscape
doc.SetPrintOptions(SpssClient.PrintOptions.LeftMargin, '50') # values in
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Lars Balzer <email@example.com>
02/10/2010 01:08 AM
Re: [SPSSX-L] changing output settings for pdf-export
"SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
To write it a bit more precisely:
Printing options for pdf are taken from the "page setup" as help mentions.
Where can I adjust them, except for the menu which gives me no "paste to
syntax" and no entry in the log.
Just forget the footnote stuff... ;-)
Any ideas someone?
> Hi again
> In the meantime I have my syntax which produces more than hundred
> pdf-files, one for each group in my dataset, that is fine (thanks again
> to all who have helped me with good ideas, especially Ruben :-))
> No I try the last fine-tuning:
> I am using output export for my pdf-export, but unfortunately I can not
> adjust the margins and I would like to print in landscape format. Help
> tells me that this is possible in the Word-export, but for pdf these
> settings are taken from the printer. But: Is there a solution to do this
> with syntax? And then - ok dreaming - I would love to insert a footnote,
> perhaps a logo, in each pdf... Do I have some more control about the
> Any ideas?
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