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 Select millimeters as the unit of measurement and enter 700 for width and 1000 for height under "​Format"​. Please note that new paper formats must always be created in portrait format. This also applies if you want to print in landscape format. The page format must not be wider than 1060 mm (even if the above window says otherwise). The paper roll used is only 42 inches wide (corresponding to 1067 mm), from which 7 mm of unprintable margin must be subtracted. Now give your paper format a meaningful name (e.g. 700x1000mm). When you are finished, click "​Save"​ and then "​OK"​ to return to the print settings. Select millimeters as the unit of measurement and enter 700 for width and 1000 for height under "​Format"​. Please note that new paper formats must always be created in portrait format. This also applies if you want to print in landscape format. The page format must not be wider than 1060 mm (even if the above window says otherwise). The paper roll used is only 42 inches wide (corresponding to 1067 mm), from which 7 mm of unprintable margin must be subtracted. Now give your paper format a meaningful name (e.g. 700x1000mm). When you are finished, click "​Save"​ and then "​OK"​ to return to the print settings.
-If you click on "​Settings..." under "​Margins/​Cutting Device", you can determine how the print margins should be handled.+If you click on "Paper Options ​ -> Margins/​Cutter:​ -> Settings...",​ you can determine how the print margins should be handled. 
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 +We recommend that you select "​Oversize"​ as the "​Margin arrangement"​. This means that your printout will really be 700 x 1000 mm. At "​Adjust"​ please activate "Draw cutting lines"​. Then a thin, dashed frame is drawn around the image. This frame will be helpful when cutting the image (especially for posters with white background). Then click on "​OK"​.
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 +Now the print settings will show "​Printed on 700.00 x 1000.00 mm + margins"​.
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 +Click on "​OK"​ or "​Apply"​ to apply these settings.