That was it! Thanks, Scott. And Thanks, too, Jorge, for the tip about
page size/

Larry Kleinman
Kleinman Associates, Inc.

Scott <scottgcampbell@xxxxxxxxx>
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Re: [WEB400] FPDF


One thing that I thought of which has caused me problems in the past, in
Adobe Reader when you select print it brings up the dialogue box. In
there is a section titled "Page Handing" and in there is "Page Scaling",
try setting it to "None" and see if you get the 100mm you are expecting.


On 19/08/2010 12:16 PM, Larry Kleinman wrote:
I'm using FPDF (in a Zend Server PHP application) and don't understand
the dimensions that I put in for drawing lines and rectangles don't seem
to work. I used the default for the FPDF constructor, which means that
my dimensions are in millimeters, but when I say that - for example - a
rectangle is 100 mm wide, the rectangle that prints is not 100mm. When
change the paper size from the default (A4) to "Letter", the width
changes, but still to a width other than 100mm. Am I missing
(I've tried this on a number of printers, so I do not think that it is
related to margins, unprintable areas on printers, etc.)

Larry Kleinman
Kleinman Associates, Inc.

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