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Default Increasing the imageable size when printing

I am new to Java and therefore I am studying Ivor Horton's Beginning Java 2 JDK 5 Edition. I have run into a problem when printing documents. When I use setImageableArea to use the whole printable area available, I just seem to get 1 inch margins (all sides).

Using other programming languages e.g. Delphi it is possible to write with a left margin that is only 1 cm (or perhaps even less) using the same printer.

So how can I do that in Java?






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