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Changing Paper Size to A2

Posted on 2006-07-24
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I am looking to increase the Paper size to A2 on one of my reports due to having many columns.

Does anyone know a driver site that caters for this and how do I install the driver and use it.

Any help much appreciated?

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Hi halifaxman,
You could install a HewlettPackard HP-CL/2 Plotter Driver.  That will give you A2.
From the Start button either select Printers & Faxes if available, or go to Control Panel and choose printers and Faxes.
You can then add a new printer.



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