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I can't set access a custom paper size for my Canon MF4100 series printer. I've added a custom size through Printers and Faxes > Server Properties and set the dimensions. It is unavailable to me when I try to print it through Page Setup. In the Page Setup menu, the Custom Paper Size... button is greyed out.

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Hi, I can't understand what "Custom size doesn''t present on your driver " means. the drver is just the piece of sofware used by windows to make your printer work. Custome size setting should have nothing to do with the driver.

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of course, up to date drivers are here

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I WANT TO SET PAPER 15'x12' . KINDLY HELP SIR


Press START - Printers and faxes - right click Tally Line Matrix T6050 Printer - select Printing Preferences - find menu Paper size, select paper with size 15"x12". If not found, select used define or customize - insert paper size (width and height) - OK.

Set paper size on Microsoft office word 2007 - select Page Layout - Margins - Custom Margins - select tab Paper - on Paper size, select Custom size - insert height and width paper (15"x12") - OK.

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Hello All, I am facing an Issue with Printer. My Paper size is 8.65 inch X 8.9 inch. If I take continuous prints than after printing first page, Printer start printing after some space.( I concluded that...


go to start -> settings -> printer an faxes - > click file - > server propertiess -> click on create a new form -> give new name 8.5x6 -> set width 8.50in and height 6.00in - >save and exit open crystal report -> file -> printer set up -> click properties > click advance - > select paper size into 8.5x6 and save ok finish



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Star TSP 100 do not print in access 2003, access said is over the 22.75" limit


Miguel963,

I hope you have solved your problem in the mean time (9 months ago!).

I just bought the same printer and ran into the same problem. After looking on the internet for a solution and finding none I read the software manual a couple of times again and came up with this solution.

Access is right when it claims that the report's length is over the 22.75'' limit. The paper size of the 72 mm x Receipt is 72 mm wide and 3,000 mm tall; 22.75 being 577.85 mm. This means that the selected paper size is more than 5 times too tall.

The simplest solution is to choose the 72 mm x 200 mm paper size.

Next you need to go to the properties of your printer (Start > Settings > Printers and Faxes > Star TSP100 Cutter (TSP143)). Select Printer > Properties. In the Properties dialog select the Device Settings tab. Under Installable Options, set the Paper Type to Receipt. Setting the paper type to Receipt will cause the pages to have a variable length.

While you're there you might set the Page Cut Type to No Cut and set the Document Cut Type to Partial Cut.

Works like a charm for me.

If you really want you can even add Access's favorite paper length to the list of paper sizes. To do that you need to go to My Computer > Control Panel > Printers and Faxes. The best way to go there is to use the Windows Explorer or something similar. Under the File menu in Windows Explorer you'll find an option Server Properties. The Print Server Properties Dialog Box is shown. On the Forms tab you'll see a Forms on: <ComputerName> list. Locate the Star paper size of e.g. 72 mm x 200 mm and select it in the list. Once you check the Create a new form check box you can give it a new name. I called mine 72 mm x Access and modified the paper height to the 22.75'' or 577.8 mm.

However, I ran some tests and it doesn't seem like this last step is really necessary. Even with the 72 mm x 200 mm paper size selected for my Access report I printed tickets that were 5,000 mm tall without any problem.

Hth,

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if you want change page setting in your printer ..... to get the all settings of your printer press font button and switch on the printer (before take setting make sure that you printer loaded with paper ) goes through the instruction printed in the paper to change the settings ........ change paper size.....



you can map your tally printer paper size in system .....go to printer and faxes ... file..>server properties ...>select create a new from ...> change the name as you wise and change the paper setting and click ok ........


while you give print change paper size to your created paper size and check

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You also have to create a form the same size in "server properties".

Click on "printers and faxes"
Click on "file" top left of screen, choose "server properties"
Click on "create new form"
type in width and height of paper

(my HP printer will not recognize any paper less than 5' in height and less than 3" in width)

If your create a form less than 5" in height ' and/or less than 3" in width - chances are that's why your printer won't recognize new form. Height HAS to be at least 5" and width HAS to be at least 3"

type in name of new form
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It should now be in your printer paper options.

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Worked it out in the end -

1. In XP classic view, Right-click on Start, Settings, Printers & Faxes
2. In the Printers & Faxes window, click on File, Server Properties
3. With the Forms tab selected, check the Create a New Form box
4. Enter a name for the new form in the Form name: field
5. Enter values for the paper size and margins
6. Click the Save Form button

That's it - the new custom paper size should now appear in your print dialogs. hth.

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There are two different ways to create a custom page size within the Epson printer driver on Windows 2000 or XP. The method you need to use will vary depending on what type of driver is installed.
CREATING A CUSTOM PAPER SIZE IN SERVER PROPERTIES
This method will create a new page size accessible by all printer drivers installed in Windows.
1. Open the PRINTERS (2000) or PRINTERS and FAXES (XP) window.
2. Click on FILE, then select SERVER PROPERTIES.
3. On the FORMS tab, place a check beside CREATE A NEW FORM.
4. Input a new name for the paper size. Enter the desired height and width, following the existing format (#.##in).
5. Click SAVE or SAVE FORM to add the new form size to the list, then close SERVER PROPERTIES.
6. Right click on the printer name and left click PRINTING PREFERENCES.
7. Look for PAPER SIZE. (Depending on the driver in use, this will be found on the MAIN tab, the PAPER tab, or under the ADVANCED button). Select your custom paper size from the list.
8. Click APPLY to save this setting, or OK in Windows XP.
NOTE: If your new custom size is not available on the list of preset paper sizes, it indicates that the new size is either too large or too small for the driver in use.
CREATING A CUSTOM PAPER SIZE WITHIN THE EPSON DRIVER
This method will create a custom size within the Epson printer driver only.
1. Open the PRINTERS (2000) or PRINTERS AND FAXES (XP) window.
2. Right click your Epson printer name and left click PRINTING PREFERENCES.
3. On the MAIN or PAPER tab, select USER DEFINED from the PAPER SIZE drop down box.
4. Enter the new custom size and give it a name. Click SAVE to save the new size and OK to return to MAIN.
5. Click APPLY to save the changes (OK in Windows XP).
NOTE: this method is not available when using printer drivers resident within Windows itself. If your printer driver name ends in "ESC/P2" you will need to use the first method to add the new size in SERVER PROPERTIES.

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Printing on 4x8 cards


There are two different ways to create a custom page size within the Epson printer driver on Windows 2000 or XP. The method you need to use will vary depending on what type of driver is installed.
CREATING A CUSTOM PAPER SIZE IN SERVER PROPERTIES
This method will create a new page size accessible by all printer drivers installed in Windows.
1. Open the PRINTERS (2000) or PRINTERS and FAXES (XP) window.
2. Click on FILE, then select SERVER PROPERTIES.
3. On the FORMS tab, place a check beside CREATE A NEW FORM.
4. Input a new name for the paper size. Enter the desired height and width, following the existing format (#.##in).
5. Click SAVE or SAVE FORM to add the new form size to the list, then close SERVER PROPERTIES.
6. Right click on the printer name and left click PRINTING PREFERENCES.
7. Look for PAPER SIZE. (Depending on the driver in use, this will be found on the MAIN tab, the PAPER tab, or under the ADVANCED button). Select your custom paper size from the list.
8. Click APPLY to save this setting, or OK in Windows XP.
NOTE: If your new custom size is not available on the list of preset paper sizes, it indicates that the new size is either too large or too small for the driver in use.
CREATING A CUSTOM PAPER SIZE WITHIN THE EPSON DRIVER
This method will create a custom size within the Epson printer driver only.
1. Open the PRINTERS (2000) or PRINTERS AND FAXES (XP) window.
2. Right click your Epson printer name and left click PRINTING PREFERENCES.
3. On the MAIN or PAPER tab, select USER DEFINED from the PAPER SIZE drop down box.
4. Enter the new custom size and give it a name. Click SAVE to save the new size and OK to return to MAIN.
5. Click APPLY to save the changes (OK in Windows XP).

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