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Some printers marketed as A3 printers (29.7cm x 42cm), like the Epson Stylus T1110 in Latin America, are reported to print pages up to 111cm.

A friend of mine needs to print teaching materials on 15cm x 50cm strips, has anyone managed to do anything similar on cheap A4 inkjet printers?

The point is to save time from lots of cutting & pasting he currently does.

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Why not adjust the page size accordingly before printing? Won't that work? – slhck Sep 26 '11 at 13:36
depends on the model , though most printer would show paper jam if the paper doesnot exit after a specified period – Shekhar Sep 26 '11 at 14:11
Some printer drivers allow custom sizes but those sizes are restricted, I will try and check some models and post results. – villares Sep 26 '11 at 14:29

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