The ACPU is "OK" for printing targets in Windows, and I am very pleased that Adobe gave it to us; but, it doesn't quite do what you might want/expect in Windows. Namely, there is no way that I have found to position the image on the paper, and the printed image is reduced in size. Not a big deal for printing targets, but annoying all the same.
If you really want the output of ACPU on Windows-7 to be a certain size (such as ... perhaps ... for an iSis), I've found that I can open
in Photoshop, and use "Edit + Image Size" and then change the dimensions to be larger. I found it to be a trial-and-error process, but I could get the printed output from ACPU to be about anything I wanted it to be.
8.9" width often worked well. ACPU doesn't seem to care if you are printing an 8.9 x 11.6" document on a sheet of letter-size 8.5 x 11" paper. There generally was plenty of room on the bottom for the iSis to accomplish paper-handling.
The following algebra was helpful:
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In the attached, note that you want to specify the resampling as "Nearest Neighbor (preserve hard edges)" to avoid dithering. It might do the same to uncheck the "Resample Image" checkbox.
However, I've found the iSis with either i1Profiler or ColorPort seems capable of measuring the black calibration bar just above the actual patches, and from there figure out how to re-proportionalize the widths and heights. With PMP5, I've hit alignment problems ... off by one ... unless I use "Chart with Barcode" and let the software disregard/override the parameters in the iSis_INFO line (or leave out the iSis_INFO line entirely).