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How can you set the standard paper size in IBM Works 3 to a special size?

I know you can select A4 or letter etc. in the .INI file, but what about other sizes?

The printer used is an Oki matrix printer that uses 8*12" fanfold paper. None of the standard sizes fit.

Is there a sollution to this problem?
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Hmmmm . . . I've never heard of a 8x12 fanfold paper. Are you sure it's not 8x11? What year was the printer produced?

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Yes, I'm shure its 8x12. It is called "German standard fanfold", and is the only size used in most of Europe. I don't know when the printer was produced. I guess around 93'.

Mikkel C. Simonsen
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