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pdf.margin Object

Specifies the margins of the page (numbers or strings with units). Supported units are "mm", "cm", "in" and "pt" (default).

Example - set the margins

<div id="spreadsheet"></div>
<script>
    $("#spreadsheet").kendoSpreadsheet({
        sheets: [{
            rows: [{
                cells: [{ value: "A" }, { value: "B" }, { value: "C" }]
            }, {
                cells: [{ value: "1" }, { value: "2" }, { value: "3" }]
            }, {
                cells: [{ value: "4" }, { value: "5" }, { value: "6" }]
            }]
        }],
        pdf: {
            margin: {
                left: 10,
                right: "10pt",
                top: "10mm",
                bottom: "1in"
            }
        }
    });

    var spreadsheet = $("#spreadsheet").data("kendoSpreadsheet");
    spreadsheet.saveAsPDF();
</script>

pdf.margin.bottom Number |String (default: 0)

The bottom margin. Numbers are considered as "pt" units.

pdf.margin.left Number |String (default: 0)

The left margin. Numbers are considered as "pt" units.

pdf.margin.right Number |String (default: 0)

The right margin. Numbers are considered as "pt" units.

pdf.margin.top Number |String (default: 0)

The top margin. Numbers are considered as "pt" units.

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