Thise fields don't work in Acrobat X and Adobe Reader X (it's a bug). Instead, change the page scaling to "none" so your page prints at true size, irrespective of the margin values - assuming of course it's designed for the same size of paper you're printing on. You'll still be limited by the hardware margins of your printer though.
Thanks David. It removed the margins, but it compresses the font in the print. When printing as "picture" the output is as expected. Attached two pictures. I know they are a little fuzzy. But it should be possible to see what happening to the text. It gets compressed in some way. BTW, it is no problem with Adobe Reader 9.
There were no changes in this area between Reader 9 and Reader X - they should be working exactly the same.
What type of printer are you using? On what OS platform? Are you current with the printer driver and OS patches?
We are using HP LaserJet P2055N with HP Universal Printer Driver PCL5 (version 5.2) and Xerox WorkCentre 7328 with Xerox Global Printer Driver. The printer drivers are the latest versions.
Everything is running on Windows 2008 R2 Terminal services. Windows is up to date. One of terminal servers is running Adobe Reader X and the other one is running Adobe Reader 9. There is no problem with version 9.
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