Print Page Settings
The Print Page Settings window contains options that are used for printing documents in ink. Two tabs are available: Margins and Headers.
After selecting the print settings, if the Default box is enabled, the settings will be stored for all documents; if it is disabled, the settings will be stored only for the uploaded document.
This tab contains all the print margins that are only useful for ink printing.
- Top: This is the top edge of the sheet, i.e. the blank space between the top edge and the beginning of the page text. The Header (for example, page numbers) will be printed on the top margin space, if set. Where headings are used, this margin must be large enough to contain them;
- Bottom: This is the bottom edge of the sheet, i.e. the blank space between the bottom edge and the end of the page text. The Page Feet (e.g. with page numbers) will be printed in the lower margin space, if set. Where footers are used, this margin shall be large enough to accommodate them;
- Left: This is the left edge of the sheet, i.e. the blank space between the left edge and the beginning of the page text;
- Right: This is the right edge of the sheet, i.e. the blank space between the right edge and the end of the page text. If the margin inversion box is activated, the left and right margins are swapped on the even pages. In this way, you always have the same binding margin;
- Header: This is the position of the header within the top margin. Typically, specify values equal to or less than half of the upper margin;
- Footer: This is the position of the footer within the bottom margin. It is usually sufficient to specify values equal to or greater than half of the lower margin;
- Cut elements too wide: if this box is activated, all elements that are wider than the print page are cut;
- Invert Print Margins - if enabled, the left and right margins on the even-numbered pages will be swapped. This results in a binding margin that is always the same.
This tab contains the headers and footers used when printing documents. Headers are text lines located at the top or bottom of the sheet. Prints are printed in the top and bottom edge space, covering all or part of the space. For example, they are used to print page numbers.
- Type: from this box you can choose which headers and footers to set. You can set different headers for the first page, odd pages, and even pages. Or you can choose to set the same headers on all types of pages;
- Header: Mask describing the header to be used. This field can use several variables. The variables that can be used are contained in the associated contextual menu. The menu appears by pressing the Applications button or the right mouse button;
- Footer: Similar to the Header field, describes the mask to be used in footers;
- Font: Buttons in both the headers and footers are used to select the font to use. The font options used are font, style, and size;
- Paragraph: buttons present both in the headers and in the footers of the page, serve to choose the type of paragraph to use. Even if you can set indents in the paragraph type window, the only setting used is the left, right and centered alignment.