Thanks for the suggestion. I just tried it, but don't understand the result. The PDF "paper" size is a lot bigger now, I have much more white space on the top and right side, but the text is still either being cut off (even though there is more than enough space), or printed right on the left side with no margin. Seeing this result I am still pretty sure the solution is in tuning several different parameters. The question is, what parameters and what values do they need.


Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> 9-4-2014 9:52 >>>
If it is not going to be printed would it make life a lot easier if you
set up the print file for landscape tabloid size? (17" wide by 11"
high; a double sheet) Then you have plenty of room and should get nice
borders and 12 c.p.i. Just a thought.

On 4/9/2014 1:50 AM, Erwin Donker wrote:
The reports don't actually have to be printed, my company just wants them available as pdf files.

The reports fit on the pages perfectly (in the pdf file) and are readable. The only problem is the margins. I just tried setting LPI to 12 and CPI to 20. Now the report fits on the pdf file, but with a lot of white space on top (like 3.5 inches) and on the right side (about 1.5 inch), but nothing on the left side.

I would like the result to be exactly the same as this, only with the white space divided evenly on the left and right sides of the page. It's not the end of the world, but seeing how much white space I have on the paper now, I know there must be a solution to this problem.


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