[OS X TeX] Re : Borderless (or almost borderless) printing [SOLVED]

ewan.Delanoy at math.unicaen.fr ewan.Delanoy at math.unicaen.fr
Sat Oct 31 19:30:56 CET 2009

 Thanks to all those who answered me on this thread. The first suggestion
was put forward (combining TikZ with the geometry package) was quite
sufficient for what I
needed. For the record, I reproduce below the source that I copy and
modify in
each special case (and which paves an A4 sheet producing 12x12
TikZ is great !


\noindent   \begin{tikzpicture}[x=1cm,y=1cm]
\foreach \x in {1.75,3.5,5.25,7,8.75,10.5,12.25,14,15.75,17.5,19.25,21}
    \draw (\x ,0) -- (\x ,29.65);
\foreach \y in
    \draw (0, \y) -- (21, \y);

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