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Posted on 2011-03-02
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To get the paper size of the printed paper is possible, the printr nam is epsons
sample;
a4 or 8x6

output: <writeln>
The paper size used is 8x6

question1:
is that possible in delphi? <simple answer yes or no>


question2:
is it possible to get the paper printed sizes?
example;
8x6 bond paper;
printed 2 pictures <in 8x6 bond paper>

is it possible to know that 8x6 bond paper size  prints 2 graphic images then gets the size of the image width and height? <simple answer yes or no>

Sample Output:
The paper size used is 8x6
The paper prints 2 graphic images
The imageS size is:
image1 width: 3.5 height: 2.8
image2 width: 3.5 height: 2.8
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Question by:systan
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question1:
Yes, it is possible.

question2:
I am not sure. Because you can access the printer's job (spool) and get many details such as the document type but the details of the document itself that what I am not sure about.
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I think that's enough information for now.

thank you
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