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Per Westermark
07/07/12 20:30
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#187885 - What percentage?
Responding to: Ralph Sac's previous message
The question here is what percentage you are adjusting when printing?

The percentage shown above the document is only controlling the zoom level when viewing the document.

When actually printing, you may have quite a different set of settings available depending on what printer driver that is used.

I only see settings Page Scaling with options "None", "Fit to Printable Area", "Shrink to Printable Area", "Multiple pages per sheet" and "Booklet Printing".

Then I can go deeper into the printer-specific settings and there find a second set of scaling options "Real size", "Write document to..." and a selection of different page sizes. "% of normal size".

And I also have a third option for size - I can specify number of pages to print/sheet. 1, 2, 4, 6, 9 or 16 pages/sheet.

List of 17 messages in thread
Adobe Arcobat Reader Pdf "What's up Doc"      Ralph Sac      07/07/12 11:17      
   Lexmark Cartridges      Michael Karas      07/07/12 13:39      
      That's not the case      Ralph Sac      07/07/12 14:53      
         What percentage?      Per Westermark      07/07/12 20:30      
            How about 'Current View' radio button?      Hal Albach      07/08/12 00:53      
         re: Empty Ink Cartridges      Hal Albach      07/08/12 02:36      
            My Lexmark has few add on's      Ralph Sac      07/09/12 15:58      
               Really?      Per Westermark      07/09/12 17:08      
                  You right but      Ralph Sac      07/09/12 17:48      
                     Maybe      Per Westermark      07/09/12 17:54      
                        One cartridge      Ralph Sac      07/10/12 05:45      
                           Expensive Ink      Hal Albach      07/10/12 10:02      
                              Not such a great deal....      Michael Karas      07/10/12 17:13      
                                 Agreed, but....      Hal Albach      07/10/12 17:54      
                              No luck      Ralph Sac      07/11/12 04:19      
                                 Re: No Luck      Hal Albach      07/11/12 08:29      
      See my post one cartridge      Ralph Sac      07/10/12 05:55      

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