Finding Offsets for printing

I am looking at Microsoft Article: Q122037.

In this there is a reference to
nInchesWeWant and wInchesWeWant.  I do not understand what these values should be.  Can anyone give me an idea of what these values should be?
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Those are the margins you want expressed in inches.  These values shoudl be floating point (Integer would be fine too, but doesn't give you much "precission") values that specify the margin you want on the page expressed in inches.  Like .75 for a 3/4 inch margin.

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For some reason--possibly a typo--they are using "nInchesWeWant" for the left and top margins and "wInchesWeWant" for the right and bottom margins.  That seems strange.  You probably want to use:  (1) only one value (same margin on all sides, (2) two values (one for left and right and a second one for top and bottom), (3) four values (seperate ones for each side).

You should be able to make those adjustments, if needed.

Let me know if you have any questions.
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