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Converting and combining Excel to PDF orientation issues

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I am attempting to convert and combine 896 Excel files into 1 PDF however when I attempt to it displays them all as portrait causing the page to cutoff some of the information on the right side of the page and displaying it on another page. I've changed all the settings I can find to landscape, however it still comes out portrait in the PDF, even when I attempt to just convert 1 document. Adobe Acrobat 9.5. What am I missing here?

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What version of Excel? Have you tried just printing to a PDF? The output should match your print preview.

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