Full Sheet Mode
When Full Sheet Mode is set to False, when the printing system determines the usable part of a sheet of paper, it considers only the printable portion. For example: when printing to an ANSI A sheet of paper (nominally 8.5 x 11 inches), the displayed paper size may be only 8 x 10.5 inches. The advantage of using this mode is that when Maximize is selected, the print area is expanded to the printable area and no geometry is clipped.
When Full Sheet Mode is set to True (the default behavior), the print maximizes to the total paper size instead of the printable size. Some geometry may be clipped (by the printer) if it falls into the unprintable area around the edges of the paper.
|In .PLTCFG editor||Effect of Value|
|Property or Record Name||Full Sheet Mode||.|
|Values||True||If set to True or if not commented out, the dimensions of the output print file are equal to the paper size.|
|False||If set to False or if commented out, the dimensions of the output print file are equal to the printable portion.|