Most paper printers can support a limited number of standard paper sizes. In the United States, the 8.5” x 11” letter paper size is used most commonly, while the 8.5” x 14” legal paper size is used less frequently. In Europe and other countries, a slightly different sized A4 (297 x 210 mm) paper size is used most commonly, along with other metric based sizes.
Even though they aren’t printing to paper, virtual printers like Win2PDF and Win2Image support a large number of standard paper sizes. In addition, Win2PDF and Win2Image also support custom paper sizes. Suppose you are printing a large spreadsheet and don’t want to “shrink” the table to fit on a standard paper size, and also don’t want to see the table spill over and get broken up onto multiple pages in the PDF file. This is easy to do using a custom paper size.
Here is a short video that shows how to create a custom paper size for Win2PDF.
Custom paper sizes are available and work the same for all versions of Win2PDF and Win2Image.