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Re: using landscape instead of portrait
Posted by: Geoff Dare Date: February 05, 2000 at 00:24:06
In Reply to: Re: using landscape instead of portrait by Bob Strock of 11492

Bob

Whilst most of my printing is done on a Laser printer, I also use a tractor feed dot matrix printer for printing (with great difficulty) drop charts on continuous paper. Great for displays at reunions etc.

The option for A3 paper was virtually useless as the printout was limited to A4 (or should that be US 'letter') format. After many trials and tribulations and emails to UFT, we agreed that whilst the program indicated a range of options for continuous printouts, few would work with any satisfaction. Unfortuately, no help could be obtained from UFT as the engineers no longer had dot matrix or tractor feed printers on which to test the program.

Regards

Geoff Dare


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