Right margin cut off when print a PDF file


We are using the pdfprintsdk.dll (v2.2.0.1) in our program for pdf printing task. Recently we found an issue that sometimes the right margin and bottom margin of printed page is cut off. In our program we use the command below:

pdfprint -$ "XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX" -printer "Konica Level 6" -papersource "Auto" -raster2 D:\test.pdf

But when we print the pdf document from Adobe Reader, the page is printed very well.

I tried the latest pdfprint.exe file downloaded from your website but still got that issue. I can provide the pdf file to VeryPdf for testing.

We have been trouble-shooting a few days. Could you please help fix that issue? Thanks.



You didn't mention how closely your printing is to the edge of your paper.

Another thing to consider is the physical limits of printers. If your margin is too close to the edge of the paper, then the printer absolutely will not print it--regardless of what any program says. Different printers can print different distances from the edge.

However, you can use pdfprint.exe to scale the paper during printing. Please run following command lines to try again, these command lines will scale the PDF page contents during printing, we hope these command lines will solve "Right margin cut off" problem to you,

pdfprint.exe -printermargins -raster2 -printer "Konica Level 6" -papersource "Auto" C:\test.pdf

pdfprint.exe -printermargins -raster2 -scalex 95 -scaley 95 -printer "Konica Level 6" -papersource "Auto" C:\test.pdf


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