For FX, How to print NR6 in legal? Have anyone tried to print NR6 on legal?

For FX, I could not print NR6 in legal. It always prints and scales into letter size even on legal paper. I can only print in legal with profile pdf export. 

I did changed the paper size under the printer's property to legal. I have tried on two different printers HP P1505 and on HP CP1510. I could not produce legal print for NR6. 

There is no problem when printing T5 slips in legal size, but it just could not print legal for NR6. Please help


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You can certainly print the NR6 in legal size. Open the NR6, click on the Print one form button (F12) on the tool bar, select your printer, and then click on Properties.

On the printer property windows, select the paper size you need – I’m including a screenshot below.

When you print the NR6, it’ll print according to the paper size you have selected.

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