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Making User Defined Paper Sizes

For Windows
For Mac OS 9

For Windows

You can define a custom paper size and add it to the list.

Select User Defined as the Size setting. The User Defined Paper Size dialog appears.

Type a name for your paper size in the Paper Size Name box.

Choose either cm or inch as the Unit setting.

Specify the width and height for your paper size. The range of available size is shown under the each text box.

Note:
Although you can define a large range of paper sizes, the size of paper you can feed into this product is limited by the size of the sheet feeder on your product. Therefore, if necessary, it is recommended that you reduce or enlarge documents to fit paper within the range of your product's capabilities.

Click Save, then click OK to return to the Main menu.Your new user-defined paper size name appears as the Size setting.

To delete a custom paper size from the list, open the User Defined Paper Size dialog and select the user-defined paper size name you want to delete. Then, click Delete.


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For Mac OS 9

You can define a custom paper size. To do so, you can either create a new paper size, or base your custom paper size on a pre-existing paper size. Refer to the appropriate section below.

Creating a new paper size

If the appropriate paper size is not included in the Paper Size list in the Page Setup dialog box, follow the steps below to define a new custom paper size.

In the Page Setup dialog box, click Customize. The following dialog box appears.

To define a new paper size, click New. The dialog box now allows you to enter a name for the new size.

Type a unique name for the paper size in the Paper Size list.

Choose either cm or inch as the Unit setting.

Enter the width and the height of your paper by typing the values in the appropriate text boxes.

Note:
Although you can define a large range of paper sizes, the size of paper you can feed into this product is limited by the size of the sheet feeder on your product. Therefore, if necessary, it is recommended that you reduce or enlarge documents to fit paper within the range of your product's capabilities.

Specify the margins by typing in the Margin text boxes or by manipulating the margins in the preview image.

Click OK to return to the Page Setup dialog box.

You can define up to 100 paper sizes. The paper size names you create will appear in the Paper Size list.

To delete a custom paper size, click Customize, select the paper size from the list in the Custom Paper dialog box, then click Delete.

Copying a pre-existing paper size to use as a template

Follow the steps below to copy an existing paper size to use as a template.

Select the existing paper size to be copied and click Copy.

Choose either cm or inch as the Unit setting.

Specify the margins by typing in the Margin text boxes or by manipulating the margins in the preview image.

Click OK.


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