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Is it possible to print with printerJob on Win2K/XP with other paper size then defined in the Win-driver ?
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yongsing earned 300 total points
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Why don't you try it out? Create a Paper object and set the paper size you want. The width and height are specified in units of 1/72 of an inch. The following example set the paper to approximately A4 size.

PrinterJob printerJob = PrinterJob.getPrinterJob();
PageFormat pageFormat = new PageFormat();
Paper paper = new Paper();
paper.setSize(594.936, 841.536);
paper.setImageableArea(72, 36, 450, 769);
pageFormat.setPaper(paper);
printerJob.setPrintable(this, pageFormat);
printerJob.print();
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