Fuji Xerox DocuPrint 240A, DocuPrint 340A HP-GL,HP-GL/2 Emulation Setting Guide

Determining the Scaling Factor

Determining the Scaling Factor

3.3 Auto Layout
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Determining the Scaling Factor
During execution of auto scaling, the scaling factor is determined by the document size and 
output size. Note that the scaling factor depends on the [Zoom Mode] setting.
Note
• To enable the scaling function, set [Zoom] to [On] on the control panel. If [Zoom] is set at [Off], images 
will be drawn at a scale of 100%.
When [Document Size] Is Set to [Auto] and [Zoom Mode] Is Set to 
[Output Size]
The [Hard Clip] setting becomes ineffective. The output size hard clip area is always used.
• When the document size is the same as the output size, the image is drawn at a scale of 
100%.
• When the document size is larger than the output size, the image is drawn with it reduced.
• When the document size is smaller than the output size, the image is drawn at a scale of 
100%.
Note
• When origin position is set to layout, the image is drawn with the document laid out at the center. When 
origin position is set to bottom left or center, the image is drawn with the origins of the document and 
paper aligned.
• Some output sizes may not be used depending on the printer type.
Output size
Document
A3
A4
A5
B4
B5
A0
35
25
100
31
100
A1
50
35
25
43
31
A2
71
50
35
61
43
A3
100
71
50
87
61
A4
100
100
71
100
87
A5
100
141
100
173
100