FX 2016.2.5 will only print T5 slips to legal sized paper.

No matter what troubleshooting tips I've done from years' past, this newest update will only print T5 slips on legal sized paper.  I have all my settings set to "fit" and set to "letter".  Reinstalling the Profile PDF did not help either.

EDIT: Update after 2016.3.0  We had to change ALL the default settings in our office.  Which is now allowing the T5 slips to print on letter sized paper, but now causing problems with other programs we print from.  This year is by far the worst year of updates causing issues that did not exist in prior versions.


Go to device & printers, click on your printer, depending on the printer look for adjust print options or advance options. Check each tap for the wording "Scale to Fit" place a check mark in box. Make sure the paper size is letter. Profile will then use your default printer and your T5s will fit on letter size.

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