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Jan 29, 2015 · If the printer is set to an actual, physical printer then that printer’s drivers may be preventing you from choosing any other size options since it may only take one size of paper. Set it to “Microsoft Print to PDF” or “Adobe PDF” so that it creates a properly sized PDF with the bleeds and crop marks (if any) that you need, and then ...
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Click " File Page Setup " in the application, choose the paper size "A3", click " OK ", then select " File " -> " Print ", choose " docPrint " and click " Print ". The file appears in the docPrint working field. This time the whole page can be shown. There are two ways to set the printing paper size.
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Now if you go to Printing Preferences for the Microsoft Print to PDF "printer" you'll see the new paper size A6: Again, these instructions are for adding standard sizes. I have no doubt that non-standard custom page sizes can be added but I haven't experimented with it yet.
Aug 23, 2005 · To set a papersize the system follws the print device, and not manyy printers can print odd size paper, so only standard sizes are generally available. Adobe PDFWriter (and probably any .pdf printer/writer) are printers that will accept custom sizes, though I'm not sure many standard printers will.