On Saturday 19 April 2014 02:39:20 Greg Madden wrote: > On Friday 18 April 2014 16:59:11 you wrote: > > On Friday 18 April 2014 04:22:56 you wrote: > > > Le 18/04/2014 05:10, Greg Madden a écrit : > > > > system: Debian Wheezy, TDE 188.8.131.52 amd64 > > > > > > > > I recieve construction drawings as pdf"s. These are ARCH D = > > > > 24x36 or ANSI D = 22x34. I view them in kpdf, I print them to > > > > my printer using Tabloid, paper size = 11x17. > > > > > > > > Only an 8x11 image gets printed on the 11x17 page.. Can not > > > > figure out how to get the correct size image, seems like shrink > > > > to fit, or some such were options. Do not see any such in the > > > > kpdf print dialog. > > > > > > > > Using krinter to print the same file it prints an 11x17 portion > > > > of the larger file size. > > > > > > > > kpdf has a different print dialog than kprinter...?, > > > > > > > > Using cups, server:/var/run/cups/cups.sock > > > > printer driver for my HP Offficejet Pro 8600: hpcups 3.12.6 > > > > > > If it is a one time go, The Gimp open PDF. > > > > Thanks for the reply. > > > > I do have solutions, evince and epdfview do the job. This is a core > > business function. > > > > Tried TDE R14 with Wheezy, same...tried the newer hpcups driver > > and the older hpijs driver no joy. > > > > > > I would prefer to use kpdf, probably used to work at some time, > > need to find out what changed. The devs are spending alot of time > > getting all the apps to work, afaikt, thought I would test ..again, > > kpdf. I usually use 'best of ' apps for business, it is getting > > harder to do with all the apps being part of desktop environments. > > Officially confused, > > Ledger=17"x11" > Tabloid=11"x17" > These are "North American paper sizes" Wikipedia > > Ansi B defines the measurements as 11x17 with alias's of Ledger and > Tabloid. > > Print dialog of kpdf lists Ledger as 11x17, no Tabloid > > Print dialog of Evince lists Tabloid as 17x11, no Ledger entry. > > Both just the opposite of North American paper sizes, though I will > not assume to know which standard the cups devs used..there are quite > a few. > > bah humbug Isn't one just "Portrait" and the other "Landscape" ! -- Best Regards: Baron.