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Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Working Within the Flash Environment - Working with Page Setup in Windows

7/4/2013 4:21:53 AM
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You can use the Page Setup dialog box in Windows to select the size and location in the printer of the paper you want to use. You can also select the page orientation (portrait or landscape) that best fits the entire document or any selection. When you shift between the two, the margin settings automatically change. Margins are the blank spaces between the edges of a page and the image. You can also change page layout options, which allow you to specify the frames you want to print, and the frame size and display on the page. The printer only prints within these margins. Different printer models support different options and features; the available options depend on your printer and printer drivers.

Work with Page Setup in Windows

1. Open a document.

2. Click the File menu, and then click Page Setup.

3. Select from the various Page Setup options:

  • Margins. Enter Left, Right, Top, and Bottom page margins, and then select the check boxes to center material on the page.

  • Size. Click the Size list arrow, and then select from the available options.

  • Source. Click the Source list arrow, and then select from the available options.

  • Orientation. Click the Portrait or Landscape option.

4. Select from the Layout options:

  • Frames. Click the Frames list arrow, and then click First Frame Only or All Frames.

  • Layout. Click the Layout list arrow, and then select a layout option.

  • Scale. Enter a scale percentage value.

5. Click OK.

Set Printer Properties in Page Setup

1. Open a document.

2. Click the File menu, and then click Print.

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Press +P (Mac) or Ctrl+P (Win).

3. Click the Name list arrow, and then select the printer you want to use.

4. Click Properties.

5. Select the printer options you want; each printer displays different options.

6. Click OK to close the Properties dialog box.

7. Click OK to close the Print dialog box.
 
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