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I try to set a document with some custom paper dimensions (lets say 24cm height and 17cm width), the beginning of the file looks like so:

\documentclass[liststotoc,bibtotoc,headsepline]{scrreprt}%draft

\input{xx_common_include}

\begin{document}

Where xx_common_include looks like this (extract)...

%------------------------------------
% KOMA Stuff
%------------------------------------

% General KOMAoptions

\KOMAoptions
  {
    fontsize=11pt,
    paper=a4,
    pagesize=pdftex
    %cleardoublepage=plain,
  }

% Headers

\usepackage{scrpage2} 
\pagestyle{scrheadings} 
\clearscrheadfoot
\ihead{\leftmark}
\ohead{\thepage}
\automark[section]{chapter}

Now, obviously the line "paper=a4" should look different in order to get the document to match the required size. How do I achieve that?

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you can do that like this

paper=5cm:3cm,
DIV=calc,
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  • With this I'm able to make the page smaller but the text I already have doesn't centre. So the text gets cut off on the right and at the bottom. Any tips how I can fix this problem? – menetl Feb 18 '15 at 8:40
  • @menetl of corse you need to change others dimensions text margins ... you can do this with DIV=calc. I edit my answer. – touhami Feb 18 '15 at 11:38
  • @touhami And what should I do if I need a A1 paper sheet and inside the document, how can I adjust the margins for can use the most of the paper surface? – Aradnix Mar 7 '16 at 23:56
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    please try \KOMAoptions{paper=a1, DIV=15} or \KOMAoptions{paper=a1}\areaset{.95\paperwidth}{.95\paperheight} – touhami Mar 8 '16 at 6:09

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