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Old Mar 26, 2006, 9:44 AM   #1
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I'm not having any success in understanding how to get an even top and bottom margin on a panoramic print. I've got a 14x108 inch image; I'm printing on 17 inch roll paper. What exactly would I do to get an even amount of space at each end, and get the image centered top to bottom on the page.

The "center" functions that work so nicely in normal printing don't seem to have any effect at all in pano printing. I'm sure there's a slap-yer-forehead answer to this, but I may have been up too late for the last few nights and my brain just isn't working.


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Old Mar 29, 2006, 12:29 PM   #2
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A lot depends on how you have your paper set up. If you use "Center" placement, the image should be centered within the boundaries on the page where the printer prints. In other words, try to select "centered" for the printable area in the driver and the driver should be able to center the printed area on the page so that there is even spacing on all four sides. If you do this along with using the "Center" placement option in Qimage, all margins should be equal.

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