Also, many printer drivers are set to shrink PDFs to fit, so it may be coming out at 97% or so... Another thing the end user needs to know about.
Just in passing, the 1/4 inch you mention is likely to be a hardware limitation where the paper goes along the paper path or is gripped by part of the mechanism, not a software limitation. Art On 5/31/07, Kenneth C. Benson <kbenson at pegtype.com> wrote: > From: "Rene Stephenson" <rinnie1 at yahoo.com> > > > We have a quick reference guide that uses a (US) legal-size landscape > layout. It is set up in FM as a custom page size 14x8" with 3 columns in the > text frame. > > > Legal is 8.5"x14", not 8"x14". Could that be the problem? > > You can't really do much about how people print your PDFs. If you give them > a legal size document and they can print on legal paper, there's really > nothing *you* can do to make it not work. > > Kenneth Benson > Pegasus Type, Inc. > www.pegtype.com > -- Art Campbell art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson No disclaimers apply. DoD 358