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I own an HP Laserjet111.  Windows drivers will not support me being able to use custom paper sizes.  I have several documents I use in my business smaller than 8.5x11.0 paper.  Recently I tried to set up for paper which measures 8.5 x 7.25 and an error window opened with the statement "Windows drivers do not support that paper size."  Can I get back to the HP drivers which do allow me to use custom sizes?

Thank you in advance.

T Calvano
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Did you try going to the HP Web site and look for an updated driver or check out their support FAQ's

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IF YOU CAN'T GET THE DRIVERS FROM THE HP WEB SITE THEN GO TO
WWW.WINFILES.COM AND SELECT DRIVERS, THEN SELECT PRINTER DRIVERS
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