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Old 05-05-2010, 10:04 AM   #1
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Question scale to full paper size in kpdf printing


Hi
I'm using KPDF for viewing PDF files.
When I want to print a page to A4 paper (and the others) the result is smaller than paper (lots of white spaces)
I Can't find any option to set something like "Scale to paper size"
So I need to open each page in Gimp (with proper resolution) and print it there!
How can I set it to "Scale to paper size"

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