umfundi wrote:Mine are still landscape (do I care?).
We have multiple accounts for various family members. Not all the statements are there (yet?).
linenfort wrote:Why is portrait better?
linenfort wrote:Why is portrait better? Does opening the landscape-oriented PDFs in Adobe require rotation to view? (I don't know because I don't use Adobe).
gkaplan wrote:I downloaded my 2013 Quarter 1 Vanguard statement and was pleased to discover that the statements now are in portrait orientation as opposed to the previous landscape orientation.
(I also was pleased how quickly Vanguard made available the Quarter 1 statements – the first day of the new quarter.)
FinancialDave wrote:I seem to have more of a "backyard" kind of orientation!
Sidney wrote:linenfort wrote:Why is portrait better? Does opening the landscape-oriented PDFs in Adobe require rotation to view? (I don't know because I don't use Adobe).
I like the landscape mode because of the aspect ratio of the large lat panel display makes it easy to show a full page on the screen.
linenfort wrote:@bertilak: are you using an old, squarish monitor by any chance? Then, the desire for portrait would make sense.
As for the Mona Lisa, well, many fine paintings are in landscape. Landscapes, for example.
mickeyd wrote:I'm still on the old school mail-it-to-me version. It's one of the few things that I actually like to receive in the mail. I'll report back if there is any change in format when I get it next week.
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