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someone that collaborates !
  Posted by  Marco Annunziata  on Thursday, March 13, 2003 at 9:31:27 AM (EST)
Why Print Pack does not support custom paper sizes when use print2mail !!!???
How the receiver can print the e-mail if the size is 96 dpi !!!!????
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Thursday, March 13, 2003 at 9:52:17 AM (EST)
1.) Print2mail supports custom paper size but requires a 1 inch square margin.
2.) They would go to FILE and PRINT or however they print an ordinary email. If the files are attachments (ie: you did not use Outlook Express to send the mail) they can open the images in their favorite image editor and print the document that way. There is also an HTML file attached. If the other user saves all the files and the HTML file to a directory, he or she may simply print it in their browser after opening the html file with their web browser.
  Posted by Marco Annunziata  on Thursday, March 13, 2003 at 5:24:16 PM (EST)
Yes but I have not understood why you have not given the possibility to choose the wished resolution, I, for example, use print pack to send fax via e-mail and the fax arrive too much small.
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Thursday, March 13, 2003 at 6:01:21 PM (EST)
Because anything over 96dpi would be really large.

If you are concerned about it, you can use Print2PDF to create a 300dpi document and use the "attach to email" function. This will attach the resultant pdf to an email instead of the html/gif images.
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