I create a lot of PDF documents that require combining multiple file types -- usually Excel, Word and PDF fillable forms -- into a single PDF. I frequently have to update the first page of the file (an Excel sheet), which I do with the Combine Files into PDF function, adding the Excel sheet to the existing PDF pages. I've been using Adobe Acrobat X Pro since its release, and haven't had any problems with it. I've got the 2007 version of Excel.
A few weeks ago, our IT department moved me onto a new computer and installed my copy of Acrobat X Pro onto it. Ever since, when I combine an Excel sheet into the existing PDF, it renders much larger than the existing PDF pages. I've checked all the Excel conversion settings, both in Acrobat and Excel, and in all places it's set to a default 8.5x11 page size, 600 dpi.
I've also tried converting my Excel sheets to PDF directly, and then adding them in to the existing PDF (both through Replace Page and Insert Page), but they still render far too large.
Because I only realized this problem after I published documents onto our website, you can see an example of the problem here: http://www.g3visa.com/visa_code/pdf/Afghanistan_Visa_Info_DC.pdf
Thanks for any insight and assistance you can offer!