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Defining paper size manully

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Dear club members

I want to define printer paper size(height) manaully in Windows2000. In Windows98, it was very simple.One  can define its printer's paper size.
However, in Windows2000, i cannot find such option.
Already defined options like A4,letter,legal etc. are avialable but one can cannot define its printer's paper size from printer properties.

If any of you know, please tell me.

Thanks very much.
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1) Start the Printer control applet (Start - Settings - Printer)

2) Select Add Printer - Click only once, not double click. (You don't add printer, only activate icon. (also you need Administrator rights))

3) From the File menu select "Server Properties" (Print server properties)

4) Forms tab

5) Click "Create a New Form" and add information that you want

Click OK
-StinkyPete
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thanks very much Stinkypete
your answer solved my problem.
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