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Old 08-25-2008, 10:56 PM   #1
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printer configuration...in RHEL4


Hi all

I am working on RHEL 4 and using EPSON LQ 1151 dotmatrix printer. when i installed RHEL4 it crated default paper size for a printing as A3. If i change the paper size (using printer config tool thru root) to A4 or legal it is not printing pdf files properly...to my surprise it is printing a file from half page of each page. How to come over this problem?

In windows xp we can define our own paper size. (like 10x12, 15x12) permantly. Later which will appear in paper size options in every application(control panel-->printers--->right click in left pane ---->select server settings and define user papersize). Is it possible in RHEL4?
 
  


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