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  1. Hi, Can it be possible to have a preferred paper size. I always use the same paper size, maybe to have an option in preference or remember last size used. would be great. henk brouwer
  2. You can select "Letter," "A4", or whatever... and it doesn't change the dimensions of the paper. Screen grab attached. This is version 1.4.2. brokenPageSize.mov
  3. I just switched from Illustrator to Affinity Designer and I'm really impressed with everything. However I have come up against an issue that I can't seem to figure out. I am printing my file with a label printer that uses a custom paper size. When I open the print dialogue the only option for Paper Size is US Letter. I have several custom paper sizes saved in system preferences and I can use them from every other application. What do I need to do in Affinity Designer to print custom sizes?

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