I'm not sure if this is a TeX related question at all or rather a general problem with Adobe reader, or Windows, or printer drivers, or whatever else is involved.
When I create PDF files with pdflatex in A4 paper size and print them to my A4 printer from Adobe reader, there are several options available for "Page scaling", such as "None", "Fit to printable area", and "Shrink to printable area". Since the document and paper size ar both A4, one might expect that all three options result in printout at original size, especially if there is a thick white margin and nothing interferes with technical printing problems at the paper boundary, say. However, the fit/shrink options both cause a scale factor of 94% and one has to be careful to select the "None" option in order to obtain correct output.
Minimal (with respect to pdf content) example:
Is there any possibility to set something in my TeX files such that the pdf files produced are "aware" that there is enough white margin and that no 94% scaling is needed? (Alternatively, I might produce page sizes 6% smaller than A4, but would consider that counterproductive and ridiculuous)