[OS X TeX] Re: MacOSX-TeX Digest, Vol 56, Issue 11
murrayeisenberg at gmail.com
Wed Jun 13 16:19:42 EDT 2012
In the document preamble, include option a4paper if you're using the
article document class. E.g.:
If you set margins, etc., using the geometry style, then include the
corresponding command, e.g.:
From then on, it's up to your printer to handle A4 paper.
In your tex document p
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> Hello, as the subject suggests, is there any possibility that one can be sure about the size of the generated document ?
> I want to print this as an A4 size document, is there any command that creates it, or is it by default an A4 size.
> As it looks no there is nothing that shows otherwise, it looks ok.
> I want to eliminate any possibility of surprises on the print shop.
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