how to download data or print pdf from website

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01-13-2014 10:06 AM
RickCheney
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Does anyone have any ideas for how I can download data or print/export a large pdf from the website below. The site has a button to print an 8.5 x 11 pdf but I would like a much larger map than that.

http://www.giscoeapp.lrc.gov.on.ca/web/mnr/gib/basedata/viewer/viewer.html
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TimWitt
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You are able to download the data for free here.

Since they have their map set up to only offer letter sized printing, this is the only way you can print.
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RickCheney
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Thanks for the help.  I checked the link you provided and it seemed like I should use the "Metadata Management Tool" at the link below.  I tried for hours but I could not figure out how to download a topographic map of the Quetico Provincial Park which is along the Ontario border with Minnesota.  Any ideas?

https://www.appliometadata.lrc.gov.on.ca/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home
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TimWitt
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On the left side where it says "What?" type in "Open Data", this will give you a list of all available free data. Or try typing "Quetico"
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RickCheney
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You are able to download the data for free here.

I was able to download a .zip file with many folders and files in it.  I imported one of the files, a .shp file into GPSMapEdit but it only gave me a green shape of the park without the topo data.  How can I view the topo map of the park assuming it can be viewed from the files I have.  The zipped file is too large to attach.
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TimWitt
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You would have to contact them, I don't know what kind of data is available.
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