My company is using Infoprint Server to convert spoolfiles to PDF and put
them on the network or send them by email. This works fine, except for the
spoolfiles that are wider than 138 characters.

For example, we have a spoolfile that is 183 characters wide. If we sent this
spoolfile to the network as PDF using Infoprint Server, all characters from
139-183 are cut off and not shown on the PDF.

I tried searching the net for parameters that allow me to configure the width
of the PDF file, but haven't been able to find any. Could anyone guide me to
finding a solution for this problem?

Kind regards,

Erwin Donker

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