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Old 06-24-2006, 10:47 PM   #1
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epson cx4200 page margins


I have 3 printers, samsung ml-2010, hp 1610, and a epson cx4200. everything works fine, including the scanning, I am having trouble with the epson margins. They are off a little bit. Is this something I have to do in the gimp-print options? I would like to use the printer for all printing i do from my computer. i printed a test page and this is some information that might help.

page size:8.25x11.0in
209.6x279.4mm
Lower-Left:0.13x0.0in
3.2x0.0mm
Upper-Right: 8.38x11.0in
212.7x279.4mm

Resolution 2880x1440dpi
113098x56549dpm

I was thinking it might have something to do with the page size, it should be 8.5x11. if anybody has any suggestions, I would appreciate it. Thanks

I am running dapper drake with the gimp-print drivers
 
  


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