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Re: ISO 216 vs U.S. paper



Le Jeu 21 février 2008 20:35, Callum Lerwick a écrit :
> Fancier office printers could very well have letter in one
> tray, A4 in another, and a third full of envelopes.

Fantasy, paper sold in a country is either letter or A4, dual-sourcing
is totally unrealistic economically.

Now what you can easily have is printer with separate formats in
different trays (different as in different use,  A3 vs A4, etc, *not*
different standards for the same use), but that does not change the
fact that at a particular location standard size paper will be unique.

Of course one could imagine someone remote IPP/s printing a continent
away. But that's not the general case.

-- 
Nicolas Mailhot


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