Printing images from PaperFlow.

Description


When printing images from PaperFlow, they come out slightly smaller or compressed than the original images.

Summary


The reason for the slight compression is that every printer has margins within which it cannot print. This means a document that has been scanned in must print within those margins if the entire document is to be printed. If the image was not slightly compressed (to make room for margins) then parts of the image would be missing, the outer half-inch or so (depending on printer margin size).

Filed under 7.00, PaperFlow™

Last modified Oct 28, 2004

Submitted Oct 25, 2001

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