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Re: /etc/papersize?

> Could someone email a sample /etc/papersize file on this list?
> Yves.
If you usually want "a4" sized paper, then /etc/papersize will simply
contain the two characters "a" and "4".
If you like us letter format better, the /etc/papersize file will
be much more complicated, as it then has to contain the six
letters "l", "e", "t", "t", "e", and "r".

BTW, gs will recognice much more than these to (about 30 or so), but
I guess "a4" and "letter" are the only two that all packages that
use /etc/papersize recognise.

joost witteveen
Use Debian Linux!

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