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I have 2 printers on my PC. 1 is a receipt printer with 58mm wide paper. The other is an HP1410 with letter size paper. The receipt printer is set as the default printer since it is used most. But sometimes I need to do a print of the web page used for the
Point Of Sale. When I select the HP printer for the output, the page is printed but only 58mm wide instead of letter size. Likewise if I set the HP1310 as the default printer, then when I select the receipt printer as the output, it tries to print letter size.
IE does not appear to change the paper size when a printer other than the default is selected. It ALWAYS uses the paper size of the default printer irregardless of the printer selected for output.

Note that Chrome works correctly and will adjust the page size to the default for whichever printer is selected but IE will not
Also note that NotePad has the same issue.I haven't tested with edge but then it won't support Activex either.

I am limited to using IE because the credit card scanner used with the receipt printer requires Activex support. My only workaround now is to switch to using Chrome whenever I need to print to any printer other than the Windows default printer. There was
a similar old issue "IE7 Default Paper Size" that never really had a resolution. It reported a similar issue between printers with Letter and A4 paper sizes. Any help would be appreciated.

"There is always a way to do it better... find it!"

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Not sure which sub-forum to post this; apologies.

I want to print this image, 1:1 precisely: http://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-conten...hone-scale.pdf

In Europe we use the A4 image size; and I guess the original was formatted to US paper size (different). I am not a printing expert; do I need any sizing or adjustments?

To add insult to injury I even do not own a printer; I have to bring this thing to a print shop and possibly instruct them accordingly. By the law of large numbers, the print shop will likely use Windows; the 7th.

A:How to print image from US paper size to A4 size 1:1, precisely?

The print shop should have no problem adjusting the print size on there equipment.
The adjustment are not made with Windows 7 they are made with the printer program that came with the printers they use.

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I converted a Word doc to PDF using the Acrobat Pro add-in. The document page size is 5.5 x 8.5; press-quality option selected. PDF view of file is perfect. However, when I go to Print, the page size previewed is 8.5 x 11. I tried to select a page size from this print menu (Page Setup) but 5.5 x 8.5 is not listed. I've tried several options (Fit, Choose Paper Source by PDF size, etc.) but nothing works. Maybe it has to do with the selected printer -- an HP Laserjet Pro 200 Color.

I'm sending this file to a commercial printer and want to be sure that it will print exactly as formatted in Word doc and exactly as I see the PDF.

Please help!! Thank you.

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How do you change the default paper size from letter to A4. ALL the paper I buy in the UK is A4 and the letter size, although only slightly out, throws out my formatting, particularly when I do a mail merge or print a document with a header or footer. Again, Help.

A:Changing the default paper size

Originally Posted by SUE43

How do you change the default paper size from letter to A4. ALL the paper I buy in the UK is A4 and the letter size, although only slightly out, throws out my formatting, particularly when I do a mail merge or print a document with a header or footer. Again, Help.

Open Settings app, select Devices. Select your printer, select Manage:

Select Printing preferences:

Select Advanced:

Select your preferred paper size:


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I am in the UK, using a PC running Windows XP Home Edition with IE6.

Like the rest of the world outside North America (as far as I know), we in Europe don't use Letter size paper, so I want to set my default page size to A4. I've made sure that all my regional settings are on UK, and that my printer settings in Control Panel are on A4. I've succeeded in changing the defaults in Office (well, Word at least - haven't tried the others yet) but can't find a way to do it in Internet Explorer / Outlook Express.

I know how to change the page size for a single session by opening IE and going into File > Page Setup, but the problem is that I have to do this EVERY TIME I OPEN INTERNET EXPLORER - it always defaults back to Letter size. (Sorry for shouting, but I've posted this question in a couple of other places and people just keep telling me to do what I've already done, so I want to make it clear that this isn't working for me!)

I can't find anything about this problem on the Microsoft Knowledge Base, and my PC supplier seems to be stumped by it too.

Thanks to anyone who can help.

A:(Resolved) IE/OE - setting default paper size to A4

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I have a set of PCs, each connected to a label printer via USB.  I need to set them all to have a non-standard default paper size (7.2cm x 3.7cm rather than the standard the driver gives me) for all users. 

The users aren't using Office, so amending the standard normal.dot won't help them - they each pick up the paper size from the device in 'devices and printers'.  There are a lot of pcs, and a lot of users, so even though it sticks for each user on each
machine, they hotdesk, so could be at any machine.
I've hunted the registry, but can't find a default paper size in anything obvious.

A:How to set default paper size on printer for all users

1. I would address printer vendor support with this problem.
2. Make sure that program that users are printing from support target size.
Both seems to be beyong the default settings.

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Hi, I need to print on 3.3 x 8.0 card stock.

From Page Setup, set the custom page size and margins. Margins are set
outside the printable area message comes up when I try to print.
From the print properties I try to create a custom page and get the
following errors:
"The custom paper size you have just defined will not become available
for selection until you have exited and re-entered the Printing
"This custom paper size could not be modified because it is currently
in use. Please close all applications and try again."
"Function address 0x4f4abe05 caused a protection fault. (exception
code 0xc0000005) The application property sheet page(s) may not
funciton properly." When you click Ok the screen goes crazy and you
have to cancel out.
This template has been used by other departments and we cannot figure
out why we cannot use it.
Thanks so very Much!

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I use Carlson Civil Suite 2009 in Autocad Map 3D 2009 and have a Canon iPF8000S Plotter. The problem I am having is that it doesn't save my sheet size when I save my pc3 file. It keeps going back to 8 1/2X11. How can I fix this. I haven't tried to see if there is a default setting on the plotter itself yet. Thanks.

A:Solved: Printer paper size default in Autocad

On the plotter it says keep media size is off, there are only default paper basis sizes of ISO A3 and ISO B1. I think it is a software issue.

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I recently purchased a new laptop which came complete with Windows 7 o/s. One real problem for me is that the print size on incoming emails and all web sites is smaller than on my old XP o/s. Please can someone explain in simple abc terms, if possible (I am a silver surfer!), how I can permantely enlarge the print. On XP there was an item to click termed 'increase zoom level' (I can't find something similar on Win 7) but I don't want to be having to do that all the time. Thanks in anticipation of your help.

A:How do I increase default print size in emails & web sites?

This might help.
Right click on Desktop. Select Properties and then Display. You will find many options. In web pages you can hold down the ctrl on the keyboard and just use your scroll wheel the change the size.
Let us know if this takes care of your needs.

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When I use CNTL P (or File/Print) the size comes of the print on the page is a tad small.

Where can this param be accessed ... to make it larger ?

Any help welcome !

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Upon opening sealed box from SAM's club and trying to set up, I found a paper jam when i tried to set it up with perforated paper. We don't have perforated paper in our new home so this was a frustration and surprise. I hope that HP will surprise me with compensation of a new black cartridge as this was obviously used before, refurbisheshed and sold as new.Thank you,Kitty1854

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I want to change the paper size on my printer but the printer doesn't offer the size I need but it does offer a users defined size..I don't know how to use this as I have no manuals on the printer and can't find anything related to that in any books that I have...Can any one help???Would appreciate it very much....

A:Paper size

It would help if you told us what printer you have.

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I have a print server running 2003 standard sp2, I have been looking for a way to allow helpdesk staff install and manage printers without logging into the server and without adding them to the admin group.

So I added them to the power users group and the print operators group, that worked fine they were able to UNC ( \\servername ) to the server and install printers, drivers, as well as uninstall drivers? printers ect????.
Now the problem??? this works great from an XP box, but when we try it from a windows 7 machine we get access denied. More specifically it acts like it is going to install the printer then when it comes to the driver installation part it fails ?Printer driver was not installed. Access is denied.?

No changes have been made to the permissions I can log into an XP machine with my profile and it works fine log out go to a Windows 7 machine use the same credentials and I get the above message access is denied. I am an admin of both machines on the windows 7 machine I have UAC turned off completely. Running XP Pro SP3 & Windows 7 pro both are 32 bit machines.

I should also add that I have made the necessary group policy changes to allow printer operators to Load/Unload device drivers and under the local policies/security options I ensured that the Prevent users from installing printer drivers was Disabled.

Any help would be much appreciated.


A:Windows 7 & 2003 Server Standard SP2 Unable to remotely install driver on print server

How do you enter the credentials on the Windows 7 machine? I've noticed that you have to use "domain\username" rather than just the username in some cases.

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Cannot connect with HP support in any way--On a Deskjet 970, how can I modify the paper size to 8X10? Or can I?--In properties I can go to user defined size, no way I can see to define it. Moving the paper "sliders" doewn't help. Am I missing something??

A:HP printer paper size

Go to Start, Settings, Printer, right click on the Deskjet 970 and Click on Properties. Click on the "Setup Tab" then click on the arrow next to "Paper Size". Go to the bottom and click on "User Defined Paper Size". A window will pop-up where you can then type in the paper size you want to print too, click "OK" then "Apply" and it should print that size.
If you don't have a window pop-up after clicking on "User Define Paper Size", you may have to download a new driver from HP at http://www.hp.com/cposupport/eschome.html

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Excel Paper Size

PlatForm: MS Excel 2002 - (10.4524.4219) SP-2


FILE/Page Setup/Paper Size

does not give option for my required paper size:

14.7/8" wide by 11" tall which is a wide tractor feed style paper.

Question: How do I set the paper size or set up a custom paper size?

The spreadsheet is wide and requires 13.5" of space to write across.

Landscape option is not an option for my needs. Must use portrait setting.

All feedback welcomed! Thanks, nt

A:Excel Paper Size

Excel 2002 determines the paper size by reading the settings from the printer driver. This differs from earlier versions I believe.

The answer would likely be in the printer driver itself, is it the correct one? If so, it should return the required sizing options for selection.

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I am not getting custom paper size when i m installing dotmatrix printer in windows XP!!!!
is ther anyway to get custom paper size in winxp??pls help me

A:Custom Paper Size

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When I print index cards from microsoft word, there is a paper size option for 4x6. When i print on the same printer from microsoft publisher. I cannot print index cards because the paper size will not come up index cards.
Please help. It is much easier to create on publisher.

A:Paper size won't show up

In Publisher, under Blank Page Sizes, select "Create Custom Page ..." and create a 6" wide x 4" tall blank page named Index Card.

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Windows XP does not assign a WINS Server, DNS Server, or Default Gateway.

Here is the output from ipconfig /all:

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:\Documents and Settings\Lon Hoss>IPCONFIG /ALL

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : omnibook-6100
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Unknown
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Intel(R) PRO/100 VM Network Connecti
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-C0-9F-09-00-6D
Dhcp Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration IP Address. . . :
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . :
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . :

C:\Documents and Settings\Lon Hoss>

A:Windows XP does not assign a WINS Server, DNS Server, or Default Gateway

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I have an all-in-one hp v40 printer. If I try printing photos using the proper 8x10 photo papers will it give good pictures that I can put into a frame? The printing program I will be using is "PRINT WIZARD" a built in feature in XP.

A:Print paper

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I have had this problem but with a slight difference, I could print to Notepad and nothing else but this time, I can't print from any program at all, not Word, not Notepad, not to PDF and not to my paper printer. I open "See what's printing" and the print jobs are just stuck there.

The last time it printed was at 9:38 PM yesterday. I have used system restore to backdate to 4 days ago and still can't print. I have stopped and started the print spooler, no help.

I'm lost.

A:Cannot print at all, not to PDF, not to paper

Is there any errors to the jobs?

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HP Officejet J5750 All In One -- reverts to post card size printing after every job...........how do I correct this. Thank you

A:Solved: setting paper size on HP All In One

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I am not sure how or when, but my default paper size in both Notepad and Wordpad has changed from the standard 11X8.5 Letter to Tabloid. MS Word and other applications seem normal.

Any idea where this default setting is stored? I tried walking through the registry looking for 11X8.5 or Tabloid, but didn't see any entries that looked like it was setting the defaults for these two applications.

A:Paper size in Notepad and Wordpad

Im not sure if we're talking about the same thing but there is a paper size selection in "Page setup" under "file" . Hope that helps

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Back again. *sighs*

I've got a tough one for you this time. Well, maybe.

I need to create a custom paper size for an Epson LQ-590 dotmatrix printer. Currently running Windows XP Pro, and got the latest printer driver from Epson today.

I've gone into the "Printers and Fax" window, opened the "Server Properties" window in the "File" drop down menu. In the "Forms" tab, I've created and saved the paper size I need.

I go back to the "Properties" for my Epson, get to the "advanced printing preferences" and open the dropdown menu for paper size....and my form is not there.

What the heck am I doing wrong? This is the same procedure I used for my previous printer (OkiData Microline) and everything was cool.

I suddenly don't like Epson.

A:Custom Paper Size for Epson LQ-590

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my printer is on pause mode and will not resume so I am unable to print

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I am using Microsoft Word97, my printer is a HP Deskjet 5470 connected to a USB port. When I try to print an envelope I get a "Paper Size Error" from the printer. It occurs on both #10 and #6 3/4 envelopes. This was working fine before I had to reinstall Windows and all my applications.(Moderator edit: added Topic Description. jgw)

A:Paper Size Error printing envelope

Just solved my own problem. On the "Paper/Quality" tab of the Printer Properties, I changed the "Type is" setting from "Automatic" to "Plain Paper".

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On the Word Starter that is preloaded on my HP 2000 the paper size has been srunk down so small I cannot even read what I write. I need to get back to the right size. I hit somethings that made the paper size small but I cannot find how to get it back to the right size. Help me out

A:Microsolf Word Starter/paper size ?

Should be in the Page Setup, change to the wanted size and then select the "Default" button.

The Default button sets the current entries as the "Default". It does NOT reset back to what was default as a lot of users think.

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2670QM CPU @ 2.20GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 8169 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M, -2048 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 451338 MB, Free - 226907 MB; D: Total - 238459 MB, Free - 227683 MB; E: Total - 238479 MB, Free - 186426 MB; R: Total - 25584 MB, Free - 14607 MB;
Motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer Inc., G74Sx
Antivirus: Kaspersky PURE 3.0, Updated and Enabled

I am needing to add custom paper sizes to my primopdf printer for printing drawings. I have been able to enter one new size but I haven't been able to find a way to enter additional sizes.

A:Changing paper size in PrimoPDF printer

Have you tried adding a "Custom" size?

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I am having trouble changing the paper size of a particular report. I am able to change it in the page setup but after I do this it immediately changes back to the default of letter size. Anyone have any ideas of how to remedy this?

A:MS Access: Cannot change paper size on report

I have seen this before, but I can't remember what was causing it.
Have you tried coying an dpasting the report design to a new report name to see if it does the same thing?
Have you Compacted and Repaired the database?
When you set the paper size do you then go back to design mode and save the Report design?

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Is there a way to force all documents sent to the printer to be printed on the A4 paper rather than the printer asking for US letter size.

I have asked the xerox printer supplier for help, they have configured the printer to do as i ask, but it is being over ruled somewhere along the process. I have told all staff to select A4 as the default paper size both in the word application and in the printer properties tab. I'm not sure what else to do, I have heard mention of doing something with the printer drivers on the server, but am afraid that is a bit beyond my abilities, I am happy to google and give things a go, but I do not have full admin rights where I work and would have to be confident that what I am trying, will work; and be able to fully explain it to the computer illiterates that do have full admin rights.

A solution to this problem would be gratefully received.

You can consider it your good deed for the week because you will be helping a charitable organisation

A:Permanently stop US Letter Size paper

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I tried to print pictures and put 4 X 6 paper in the printer. Ever since then anything I have tried to print from my Iphone wants to print on 4 X 6 paper. How do I change it?

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I have a Vista 32 laptop and want to use "Monarch Envelope" or equivalent on the Internet "Page Setup." Since "Monarch Envelope" is not in the list - can it be added? If so, how? If not, any idea what the equivalent is? Thanks

A:Page Setup - Paper Size question

Are you trying to do this in MS Word?

If Monarch Envelope is not an available option, you might be best off using Custom, measuring the size of the envelope and adding in the dimensions manually

If doing it in Internet Explorer 7, Envelope Monarch (as opposed to Monarch Envelope) should be an available option, though the options differ depending on whatever your default printer is

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I am trying to print multiple photos in Windows 7, as I used to do in XP. I do all that is correct, selecting the photos, right click to get Print Pictures window. Down the right-hand side should be the selections for the size I want to print the photos. It's missing. I have attached a screenshot. I have tried everything I can think of, but the sizes just don't appear as they used to do in XP. Any suggestions?

A:Setting Print Size Windows 7

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hi my hp laptop/notebook is saying the printer is jammed and wont print.the printer isnt jammed and the hp solution centersays the printer is ready . how do i stop this  Please help

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I'm looking for a program that reduces how much paper is used when printing. I remember reading a thread where someone had written how many pages they had saved by using a particular program. However in my numerous searches I can't find the name of the program. I'm planning on doing alot of printing of lecture notes, however I'd love to not use lots and lots of paper. Any ideas on the programs name?

A:Print 'Paper Saving' Manager

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Am using a new 2000XP and received a picture in e-mail that is to big to print out on one sheet of paper. Will you tell me how to print it please.

A:Please tell me how to print out a picture that is to big for one sheet of paper -

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Hello:I am running Windows 2000 pro, with all service packs installed, including the final service pack that was issued in place of the service pack 5 that was canceled.The problem is fairly easy to describe:- I open WordPad, type a single space, then use the File pull-down menu to print a blank piece of paper.- The Print dialog box, pages entry has 1-65535 in it. If I go ahead and click on the Print button, I would need more than 13 cases of paper for the job to complete!This is a new phenomenon, as I have used this technique for quite some time to ensure proper connection to the printer and that other programs will be likely to print correctly and never have had the printer spit-out more than one sheet of paper.I can highlight the "1-65535" value and delete it, which will allow me to print the one blank page I want, but I shouldn't have to do that extra step (and the print dialogue box should not show anything in the "pages" box). I would like to know if perhaps something in the configuration files for WordPad causes this to happen and, if so, what it is, where it is, and how can I change it to get things back to normal.I did run Avast!, Spybot, SuperAntoSpyware, and the free Trend Micro scan to see if there might be some malware that contributes to the problem. Nothing was found.Since I run Win2K on of my other computers, I thought a simple approach would be to locate WordPad and its associated files on one of the other computers and simply ... Read more

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I'm using a Toshiba Satellite laptop running Windows Vista. I have also been successfully using an HP Photosmart B209a "all in one" printer with a wireless connection. I began getting low ink messages, so installed new HP cartridges. When I try to align the new cartridges, I get a message that says the alignment failed, but I can still use the printer. However, when I try to print any document I have generated on my computer, the printer picks up the paper and goes through the machinations of printing, but when it spits out the paper, it is blank. When I print a test page, it works. When I print a page from a website, it works. It will copy a document. It simply won't print anything I generate using my word processor or spreadsheet (I use Microsoft Works).

HP's Monitor program says that the computer is ready.

I have used HP Solutions Center, but nothing it suggests has made any difference. I have checked my wireless connection and it is working, obviously, or the printer wouldn't be getting the message to print, as it surely is, since it starts, picks up the paper and goes through the whole process of printing. However, nothing comes out except a blank piece of paper.

Hope you can help.

A:Solved: Paper Goes Through Printer, but won't print.

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I'm taking photo's with a resolution of 220.
Reducing these to 72 for internet use, all working great.
If I want to have some of the photo's printed, will the 220 resolution give me a better quality print
or does it matter ?

A:Print images on photo paper ?

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I have an HP Officejet 6700 Premium printer and I'm trying to print a custom size sheet. Specifically a sheet that is 6" wide by 9" long. Does anyone know how to do that? I'm printing wirelessly.

On my old Officejet 6310 which was a USB printer, I could trick it into thinking it was an HP Photosmart 3300 and then specify any custom size.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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Hello, I am hoping that there might be a Xerox tech here or someone who can help me to override the printer defaults somehow. I have a Xero Phaser 7700 printer. We recently acquired a lot of custom size paper to print large tri-fold brochures with. This paper is 9" x 18". The Phaser 7700 can print up to Extra Tabloid 12" x 18" but I can't seem to find a driver that will allow me to either select a custom size within the print window or on the printer itself. I really need to use this paper, as I got at least 100 cases of it. Any help or suggestions with be GREATLY appreciated! The computer doing the printing is running windows xp pro sp3. I have gone into the printers area on the computer and made a custom size, it just is not an option when printing to my Phaser. Also, if I tell the Phaser through the front panel that I have 12x18 tabloid in the tray and try to load my 9x18, it flases yellow and says paper mis-match. Thank you again very much!!! I hope I can figure this out, I am getting desperate!

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Hi fellow members,

I'm facing a problem about my printer under Windows 8.1. I cannot create custom paper size.

My previous printer is a HP P2035 printer. According to HP, the driver is built into Windows 8.1 and thus does not offer any driver for w8.1. The printer is detected correctly and I'm able to print, except I cannot create a custom paper size.

I raised this issue on the HP forum and a couple of members explained that the printer is pretty old and thus there is no incentive for Microsoft nor HP to develop a driver for Windows 8.1

Then I change to Fuji Xerox DocuPrint p355db. Again this printer is able to print just fine by Windows 8.1 built in driver, except the driver just won't allow me to create a custom paper size!

Help please.

A:Printer Driver - No Custom Paper Size Option

Hi gnulab and welcome to the forum! There is a driver for the Xerox posted on their site: Fuji Xerox Printers : Downloads

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I have an Epson LQ 300+ dot matrix printer network shared from a Windows XP machine.
I use a specific custom print size (W: 21.6, H: 13.95). I have a Windows 7 machine
that uses this printer. I have added the custom print size to the Windows 7 list of
print sizes.

When I print from the Windows XP machine, it prints ok.

However, when I print it from the Windows 7 machine, it prints the stuff but form feeds
as if it was set to print to an A4 page size.

I've deleted the printer and re-added it on the Windows 7 machine and I've set the
print size to use the specific custom print size; but it still acts as if it's printing A4.

Can someone shed some light as to what's going on?

A:Windows 7 ignoring custom print size

What driver are you using? One that Windows found? Or Windows 7 from Epson? Or Vista from Epson?

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what is the default value please check and help i changed it but cannot undo it ???

A:default icon size windows

My settings are the same as yours and I've never changed them.

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Hi everyone,

I've had chance to try out Mac OS and I liked how the OS had set windows. Every window after maximizing looked like on the screen. Even Safari for Windows appears like this and I really like it. I would like apps to appear like this always without resizing them myself. Is it possible ?



A:Set default Windows size/position

I don't understand what you mean. You want to maximize the Windows, but not to the full width of the screen, like in the attached picture?

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Every time I try to print anything, my WF-2530 feeds a sheet through and reports paper out. The unit has seen little use and has never had a paper jam. I have carefully loaded only a few sheets of regular 20 lb paper and it does it every time. I have done the same with some Kodak photo paper for inkjet and gotten the same results. It simply does not detect that there is paper loaded.

I have tried resetting the unit, powering off then on, disconnecting and reconnecting the power cord. Nothing causes it to recognize that paper is loaded after it feeds the first sheet through. Press the 'OK' button and it will feed another sheet and continue to report 'paper out'.

I don't want to replace such a lightly used printer. If I can correct whatever is wrong with the paper sensor it would be a blessing. Help!

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