• Subject: Re: AS400 spool trought the internet
  • From: Denis Robitaille <drobitaille@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Oct 1997 08:42:52 -0400
  • Organization: Cascades inc.

DAsmussen@aol.com wrote:
> 
> Dennis (Robitaille),
> 
> In a message dated 97-10-15 13:32:06 EDT, you write:
> 
> <<snip>>
> >  So far so good. But we need to print the order forms at the sales
> >  office...

> Not doing it myself, but (just guessing) it sounds like your problem is
> twofold.  First, European (perhaps others as well) use A4 paper instead of 8
> 1/2 x 11.  There is a slight difference in size between the latter two.
>  Secondly, overseas accounts for the most part don't use inches as a unit of
> measure (don't know if it's millimeters or centimeters).  You'll need to find
> the difference between CPI and CPx and perform a translation to get a proper
> format on your overseas accounts.
> 
> Again, I'm not doing this -- but it's a pretty good guess IMHO :-)!
> 
You are wright that A4 is different that 8 1/2 by 11. The paper is
longer and not as wide so there is more room in landscape mode. So this
should help on the oposite. The unit of measure thing, well i dont think
it is an issu. Tha AS400 work in CPI whatever the contry (I have worked
in US, Canada, France and Belgium). In fact, i think it's the 15cpi that
may be my problem because most printer will supprot 17cpi but fiew 15.
But mabe  netscape act on that unit of measure thing. I will look into
it.

Thanks

PS How did you find out this problem was occuring in Europe?
-- 
Denis Robitaille
Cascades Inc.
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