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At 11:48 21/02/2013 -0500, Dan Lewis wrote:
... when it becomes cheaper to make a printer which will print A4 [...] and the demand is high enough, printers will rather quickly change to using A4 as the standard size.

Don't you realise that US companies already manufacture A4 printers (or have them manufactured elsewhere - in standards-complying countries) for export to other countries? Indeed, I bet all your current printers have the ability to print on A4 or at least the option to take an A4 tray. Any extra expense is in currently maintaining a separate size as well as the international standard.

Brian Barker

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