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How to add paper formats to Windows 10 printer?

Custom paper sizes were so easy in old Windows versions, but Windows 10 is so frustratingly "friendly" that such settings are incredibly difficult to find. Argh!

TL;DR: How can I add paper sizes in Windows 10?!

My printer (Brother MFC-J895DW) is on my home LAN, and my Windows 10 has detected it just fine. However, only certain paper formats are offered, and I see no way to add custom sizes to this list. Specifically, I want to add "Envelope C6".

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Googling gave this Microsoft help page which says to open the printer properties and then click the tap "Paper". Of course, my Windows does not have a tab "Paper", and the tab "Device Settings" that lets me select the paper sizes only allows that same, fixed list:

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The "Brother Utilities" and "Brother Control Center 4" that can be installed as part of the full driver and software package do not offer any controls for paper sizes; these programs only offers settings for the scanner function.

Googling more, I can see that other people have printers with more paper options . This one has the "Envelope C6" I am looking for. Of course it would be silly to have to purchase a new printer just because this list is different! Surely even Windows 10 has a way to specify these sizes??!

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Go to computer settings - printer settings - print server settings. you can then add new paper size to the list of forms. That new form size should then be available to all connected printers.

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  • 1 "Computer Settings" = you mean the "Settings" app? I do not see any "print server settings" = imgur.com/a/4ApXHRv –  Torben Gundtofte-Bruun Nov 4, 2022 at 8:32
  • 1 You are incorrectly trying to do this under the properties for the specific printer. It's actually under the printers and devices tab under what used to be the control panel. You click the start button, go to printers and devices, then click FILE - Server properties. –  user76732 Nov 4, 2022 at 18:21
  • Sorry but I don't use Win10. But you were close. While you were in "Printers and Scanners" scroll on down to "related settings" and you should see "print server settings". click that and you should be able to add your paper size. –  user76732 Nov 4, 2022 at 18:30
  • I still do not see any "print server settings" nor "server properties": here's what I see: imgur.com/a/EfVBKK5 –  Torben Gundtofte-Bruun Nov 5, 2022 at 8:50
  • 1 Print server properties is just visible, at the top right of your 2nd screen shot. I appears after you click on any printer. –  hdhondt Nov 6, 2022 at 23:03

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Switching mine from "Microsoft IPP Class Driver" to "Brother Laser Type1 Class Driver" opened up all of the available paper formats for my printer.

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If you need the paper size for a PDF only, you can set custom page sizes in Word directly under Layout > Size > More Paper Sizes

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Missing of custom paper size

Hi, I need to print at custom paper size of 8.5inch x 5.5inch, and i have tried create this paper size via Print Server Properties many times, but I don't know what happens, it will frequent missing himself after "unknown" timing, somes is in after PC restart, somes is next second of works, this is quite annoying for me to keep create this paper size back after it missing himself.

I've googled and found a lot of peoples encounter this issue too, since 2003 on windows 7 until now windows 10, but I've had not luck to google out the solution, it look like windows known bug that without solution or fix yet, please correct me. I hope can receive the solution by this post, thank you very much.

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Hi Anthony, i'm using Epson LQ310, and found whatever custom paper size created, it will missing after certain unknown timing, mostly is after shutdown/restart.

I suspect is windows automatically delete those user defined papersize for house keeping, but not sure yet, just a guess.

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Hi Anthony, 

No, that why i need to create the custom paper size.

I've tried create a size eg. like A4, and it also will missing after certain unknown timing.

The most weird is, this only happens on one of my office computer, but not others.

Perhaps, this pc had turn on the settings for windows to do a house keeping to remove all user defined paper size after certain unknown timing, that i guess, and i can't find any source to prove it.

If you google, you can found that this problem had existed couples of years since windows 7, not common but still exists day by day for lucky people like me.

Reformat a windows sound like a solution, but i not intended to, at least, not now.

Any clues? Tqvm.

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This is really a known bug of Windows and alive without solution? Since we can't solve the User Defined Paper Size be deleted automatic by Windows, then can someone write a script or bat file for adding user defined paper size? I need it at Windows Startup to avoid the annoying of manual set it everytime it had missing. TIA.

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Supporting User-Defined Paper Sizes

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We recommend that you use Microsoft's IPP inbox class driver, along with Print Support Apps (PSA), to customize the print experience in Windows 10 and 11 for printer device development.

For more information, see the Print support app design guide .

User-defined paper sizes can be specific to a single print server and are typically customized for a specific application. Hence they are often called customized paper sizes. System administrators use the print folder to define customized paper sizes. If a printer can handle customized paper sizes, vendors must use the printer's GPD file to specify the acceptable range of sizes.

Two methods are provided for describing acceptable size ranges for customized paper:

You can specify size ranges explicitly.

You can specify size ranges relative to the printer's largest paper size.

Specifying Paper Size Ranges Explicitly

To use this method, your GPD file's PaperSize feature must include an *Option entry with a CUSTOMSIZE argument. This entry must contain the following option attributes:

*MinSize *MaxSize *MaxPrintableWidth *MinLeftMargin *TopMargin *BottomMargin *CenterPrintable? *CursorOrigin *Command You can use these GPD entries to create customized paper size descriptions only for printers having the following characteristics:

The printer supports commands to explicitly select customized paper sizes (typically by moving the cursor origin).

The cursor origin remains fixed, relative to the upper left-hand corner of the paper, for all customized paper sizes. (This is typically not true for landscape mode printing, or for printers that are center-fed or right-hand-fed.)

The top and bottom margins are independent of paper size.

If the paper width is less than the sum of the values specified for * MinLeftMargin and * MaxPrintableWidth , there is no right-hand margin. That is, the printer can print to the right edge of the paper.

Command parameters (specified in * Command entries) can be calculated at print time if standard variable expressions are used, typically including the PhysPaperLength and PhysPaperWidth variables. These variables represent the actual paper size requested for the print job, as specified by an application.

Specifying Paper Size Ranges Relative to the Printer's Largest Paper Size

For printers that do not support the characteristics required for specifying customized paper size ranges explicitly, an alternate method is provided, which specifies paper sizes relative to the printer's largest paper size.

*MinSize *MaxSize *MaxPrintableWidth *CustCursorOriginX *CustCursorOriginX *CustPrintableOriginX *CustPrintableOriginY *CustPrintableSizeX *CustPrintableSizeY *Command When specifying a size range relative to the printer's largest paper size, use the following alignment rules:

For left-feed printers, the top and left margins of all paper sizes must be aligned.

For right-feed printers, the top and right margins of all paper sizes must be aligned.

For center-feed printers, the top margins and top center points of all paper sizes must be aligned.

The following steps are involved:

Determine the following information for the printer's largest paper size:

  • The command required to select the largest paper size.
  • Values that would be used for the largest paper size's *PageDimensions, *CursorOrigin, *PrintableOrigin, and *PrintableArea GPD entries, as if they were going to be included in the GPD file. However, you will not actually place these entries in the file.

Create formulas that specify or calculate the following information for each customized paper size, relative to the printer's largest paper size.

  • The origin and size of each paper's printable area.
  • The cursor origin for each paper.

The formulas for step 2 must be CUSTOMSIZE parameter expressions , which are specified as values for the following GPD entries:

*CustCursorOriginX *CustCursorOriginX *CustPrintableOriginX *CustPrintableOriginY *CustPrintableSizeX *CustPrintableSizeY

The CUSTOMSIZE option must also include a *Command entry which specifies the command that selects the largest printer size. This command is sent for all custom paper sizes, and the formulas specified for the printable area and cursor origin control where the printer prints on the actual paper, whatever its size.

Sample Calculations

As a simple example, assume your printer supports customized paper sizes that have margins of the same size as the largest paper size's margins. The steps involved are:

Determine values for the largest paper size's * PageDimensions , * CursorOrigin , * PrintableOrigin , and * PrintableArea entries. (Do not put these entries in the GPD file.)

Determine the width of each of the largest paper size's margins in terms of these values, as illustrated in the following pseudoexpressions:

LeftMarginWidth=* PrintableOrigin .x RightMarginWidth=* PageDimensions .x-* PrintableArea .x-LeftMarginWidthTopMarginWidth=* PrintableOrigin .y BottomMarginWidth=* PageDimensions .y-* PrintableArea .y- TopMarginWidth

In these pseudoexpressions, .x and .y represent the horizontal and vertical components of each entry's pair value. For landscape printing, use landscape values for * PrintableArea and * PrintableOrigin .

Now create pseudoexpressions that specify or calculate the printable areas for nonstandard paper sizes.

*CustPrintableOriginX: %d{LeftMarginWidth}

*CustPrintableOriginY: %d{TopMarginWidth}

*CustPrintableSizeX: %d{PhysPaperWidth-LeftMarginWidth-RightMarginWidth}

*CustPrintableSizeY: %d{PhysPaperLength-TopMarginWidth-BottomMarginWidth}

Notice use of the two standard variables, PhysPaperWidth and PhysPaperLength. At run time, these variables contain the length and width of the actual paper size that has been requested by an application.

Note that these pseudoexpressions are valid whether the paper is left-fed, right-fed, or center-fed.

Insert actual values, determined in step 1, into these expressions to create GPD entries. Examples might be:

Create pseudoexpressions that calculate the cursor origin indexes. In the following pseudoexpressions, *CursorOrigin.x and *CursorOrigin.y are place holders for the horizontal and vertical components of the pair value for largest paper size's cursor origin.

For left-fed printers:

*CustCursorOriginX: %d{*CursorOrigin.x} *CustCursorOriginY: %d{*CursorOrigin.y} For right-fed printers:

*CustCursorOriginX: %d{*CursorOrigin.x+PhysPaperWidth-*PageDimensions.x} *CustCursorOriginY: %d{*CursorOrigin.y} For center-fed printers:

*CustCursorOriginX: %d{*CursorOrigin.x+(PhysPaperWidth-PageDimensions.x)/2} *CustCursorOriginY: %d{*CursorOrigin.y} Insert actual values, determined in step 1, into these expressions to create GPD entries. Examples might be (for center-fed paper):

Specify values for the remaining three GPD entries--*MinSize, *MaxSize, and *MaxPrintableWidth. The value specified for *MaxPrintableWidth is not actually used for this method, but the parser requires the entry to exist, so its value can be set to 1.

The following example GPD file segment describes acceptable customized paper sizes for a center-fed printer. For portrait mode, all margins for all custom paper sizes are 300 master units (1/4 inch) in size. For landscape mode, top and bottom margins are 240 master units while left and right margins are 200 master units.

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Format Type is paper size to be used in SAP Printing.

Always Create New Format Type in Development, after that you have to transport it to QA and production.

1. Goto SPAD or menu

2. Click Full Administration and Choose Format Type

3. Position cursor to Format Type you want to copy as a template, and click icon Create Using Template or from menu Device Type -> Create Using Template.

a. Fill format type name, b. Choose appropriate type c. Choose page format d. Choose orientation e. Add your comment

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Note: If you create Format Type for SAP Script, you have to create a Page Format having name exactly the same as your Format Type.

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Editing Format Actions

For device types that use one of the drivers HPL2, POST, PRES, or SWIN for formatting lists, formatting does not take place in the actions but is executed by the drivers. You can edit the attributes of the formats so that you no longer have to enter control sequences in the individual actions. For information on this, see Editing Device Type Formats .

The following is a description of how you edit the actions of formats that do not use any of the list printer drivers:

Device Type Formats: You can use the X_65_80 (list output) and DINA4 (SAP script ) device type formats as templates for your own device type formats. If you are adding a new format to an existing device type, then these device type formats can help you to identify the actions and commands that the new device type format should contain.

Which actions are required? Only the actions listed below are used by the SAP system. You can leave all other actions empty. They are reserved for future use.

Device Type Format Actions Used by SAP

End of Page, End of Line Actions: Required Definitions

Specifications for Line Spacing and Page Length for Line Printers: SAP standard Printer initialization actions for line printers (printers that use the SAP script STN2 OTF driver) specify line spacing (lines per inch) and page length (lines per page).

These specifications do not select a particular paper size at the printer. Rather, they tell the printer where to insert a page break in the output.

The following table shows the line spacing and page lengths for the standard SAP formats.

Line Printer Specifications

If you are defining device type formats for a page printer (SAPscript drivers POST, PRES, and HPL2), then refer to the corresponding device type format in a similar device type for the line spacing and page length specifications required.

Action Printer Initialization Action : Ensure that the escape sequences that you define match the page dimensions and orientation specified in the format and page format associated with a device type format.

Also, ensure that any character set specified in escape sequences matches the character set specified in the device-type definition. The character set must also be compatible with any implicit character set changes made at the printer by SAPscript font changes. The spool system cannot test to ensure that these specifications match. To test printing, see Testing Output Devices .

The action editor and special characters for printer initializations and print controls: The system uses the SAP programming editor for maintaining device escape sequences. In the editor, you can use the special characters shown in the table below to simplify entering escape sequences. The table below lists these special characters.

You can define cover sheets with various variable, such as $(BENUTZER) (user) and $(SPOOLID) (Spool number), (see Maintaining Cover Sheets for Output Requests ).

Line breaks: Note that the line ends in the editor are not sent to the output device. To start a new line in the printer output stream, you must enter \n or \r\n in the device escape sequence.

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To prevent the spool system from using defaults for undefined actions, define each of these actions with at least one comment line in each device type format that you define. SAP has defined these actions in all standard SAP script formats.

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Do the following:

  • Open a photo or document for printing.

Note: You may need to select a print icon on your screen, the Print option in the File menu, or another command. See your application's help utility for details.

Note: You may also need to select Properties or Preferences to view your print settings.

You see the Main tab of your printer settings window.

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Note: If your product has multiple Paper Sources, the User-Defined option may not be available for every Paper Source.

  • Enter a Paper Size Name, and select the Paper Width and Paper Height.
  • Click Save and OK .
  • Click OK again. The new size is created, and you can select it from the Document Size drop-down list.

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    1 Go to computer settings - printer settings - print server settings. you can then add new paper size to the list of forms. That new form size should then be available to all connected printers.

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    Next, choose the 'Contact Support' tab at the top and scroll down to the bottom of the 'HP Support- Contact' page to fill out the form provided with your contact information. Once completed click the 'Show Options' icon on the bottom right. Lastly, scroll down to the bottom of the page and select 'Get phone number.'.

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