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Print with feed tractor laserjet and customized papersize

 
 
epederiva
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      9th Sep 2003
Hi,
I have a problem with a laser feed tractor printer, paper size is 8.3 X 11
inc.. For print in windows xp home from a c# application i use a custom
paper size added at the printer server properties. The problem is that i
have to print a value near bottom margin (sheets are pre-printed), but if i
use custom papersize this value will not printed, i think because there is a
bottom margin, but in my custom paper size i have set all margins to 0.00 .
Is there any solution? Is teher any way to set bottom margin to 0 (is a feed
tractor printer!)?


If i set custom paper size more height the bottom value is printer but the
printer don't stop exacly at the end of the sheet, and the next print begin
with a bigger upper margin.

Also:
- how can i user c# to add a custom print from to SO?
- i have to use a print from, or i can simply use c# code to specify custom
paper size?
- how set printer papersize and papersource from c#?

Thanks in advance,
epederiva



 
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