I have an application that generates pdf files using ghostscript (current gs version 9.04). The pdf files it generates are placed up and to the left about 1/4 inch each, outside of the printable page. I can't change the application.
The intent is that these pdf files will generally be sent to a printer, and when I do try to print them I lose about 1/4 inch from the left and top as the whole document is shifted in that direction. The entire document is visible when viewed onscreen in acrobat reader, however the left and top margins seen on screen are minimal, while the right edge and bottom edge appear to each have roughly 1/2 inch margin.
I can work around this by telling Acrobat Reader to scale the document to fit the page when I print, but that adds a step for others who will be using the system, shrinks the text, and makes the document look off-center. Is there anything I can set in ghostscript to correct this at that level, to make the document render correctly in the first place?