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The bug you've showed in the image was corrected in a previous version, so I assume you're using an older build of doPDF. I've just tested a print from MS Word with a 4 page setup (first portrait, following 2 landscape, last one portrait) and they're converted correctly.
I did the following test:
- I installed Textmaker viewer
- In MS Word I created an empty doc file that had the first and last page portrait and the middle ones landscape
- I opened it with Textmaker viewer and it only showed 3 pages, 2 of them landscape and last one potrait
- This file as it was opened in Textmaker was printed exactly by doPDF
It would seem that Textmaker has a problem too when opening Word documents that contain landscape and portrait pages, so I couldn't replicate this problem here. I suggest that if you have a word document with landscape/portrait pages to use the free Microsoft Word Viewer as it will let you open .doc files and convert them to PDF
>Microsoft Word Viewer
MS Word open non-MS Word documents, result is not 100% correct...
>I opened it with Textmaker viewer and it only showed 3 pages, 2 of them landscape and last one potrait
I can show all pages.
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Got them and I was able to reproduce this (these files print correctly from MS Word viewer though, but not from Textmaker where one of the landcape layout pages gets switched to portrait). I'll forward the files to our developers and if it's a problem with doPDF that they can fix we'll include this in a future build
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