On Saturday 19 April 2014 22:08:42 Lisi Reisz wrote: > On Saturday 19 April 2014 19:17:48 Baron wrote: > > Hi Lisi > > > > On Saturday 19 April 2014 17:28:40 Lisi Reisz wrote: > > > On Saturday 19 April 2014 10:25:58 Baron wrote: > > > > Isn't one just "Portrait" and the other "Landscape" ! > > > > > > Another American who doesn't realise that there are four > > > non-American continents on the globe. :-/ > > > > > > Lisi > > > > Now what on earth makes you think that I am an American ? > > The fact that you don't acknowledge the existence of other paper > sizes. Non-Americans know that the rest if the world exists. Many > (most?) USA citizens don't. > > And most of the world is Metric not Imperial. > > Unless of course what you said was a joke. I'm not good at > recognising jokes without a smiley. > > Lisi No ! I am not from the USA, although I've been there several times. Yes I agree that most of the world is metric, though paper sizes have been standardised for a good number of years. The USA does seem to have some odd sizes compared to Europe and 17x11 inches is not one that I am familiar with, though turning the page through 90 degrees would correspond to the descriptions I gave. I think I will keep you guessing a little longer. :-) :-) :-) -- Best Regards: Baron.