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Rendered Png -vs Acrobat print scale and offset

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    Posted: 07 Jul 2016 at 8:38pm
When I do an Acrobat File/Save As/Image/Png (creating a .png image file) of a 1 page pdf, and print it to my HP printer.
Then I do a print of that .pdf directly from Acrobat
Then I put the two pieces of paper together and hold up to light ==> The resulting pages are a few pixels different in offset and scale.
Normally not a big deal, but a real problem in my case... I'm trying to use the .PNG as a web page background and writing a program to auto-generate the form fields onto this html page (based on the X/Y positions of the .pdf).  I'm auto generating web pages based on .pdfs.  Problem Result --> My generated html fields are progressively more and more pixels off as they go down the page.
Any suggestion how I can create .PNG of the .pdf that is more true to the .pdf (with regard to exact X and Y positions of the image)?
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