Re: Standard European Book Sizes

Subject: Re: Standard European Book Sizes
From: reni -at- intellitel -dot- com
To: techwr-l
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2000 7:57:24

> On the other hand, if you are delivering the documentation
> electronically for the user to print on an office laser printer, you
> should design it for A4 paper, much as you would design an American
> manual for letter paper.
>
> > 7.5" x 9" seems pretty standard in the U.S. but my customer is a German
> > firm. I want to make sure I give them something standard that German
> > printers will recognize.

As Dick said, if you deliver the documentation to be printed (somewhere) in
Europe, I suggest you to use A4 size (8,27" x 11,69" ~ 8 1/4 x 11 2/3). You
may also use other A-sizes or even B-sizes. See

- http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/iso-paper.html
- http://www.twics.com/~eds/papersize.html
- http://www.navvy.com/general/isopages.html

for more information.




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