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How to set Paper size for continious paper in XP

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I have problems setting the paper size when printing. I need to set the paper size to 21CMx14CM and I'm using continious paper. I try it using the height and width properties but they didnt work, because when I send .endDoc the printer scroll as if the paper is an A4
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