Aspose PDF for .NET : Trying to create document that has 1 inch margin on page 1 and 2 inch margin on every other page

I’m currently trying to create a document that has multiple pages where page 1 has margins of (72,72,72,72) and all other pages have margins of (144, 144, 144, 144). I’m setting the PageInfo.Margin property and the PageInfo.AnyMargin property to MarginInfo objects respectively, however the Margin seems to be overriding it. Any help would be appreciated.

var page = document.Pages.Add();
MarginInfo defaultMargin = new MarginInfo(0, 0, 0, 0);
MarginInfo marginInfo = new(144, 144, 144, 144);
page.PageInfo.Margin = marginInfo;
page.PageInfo.AnyMargin = marginInfo;


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it seems like the ‘AnyMargin’ property is being ignored by whatever adds pages when processing the paragraphs. really appreciate the help - this is blocking us. =\

    var DPI = 72;
    var document = new Document();
    // first page should have 0 margins
    document.PageInfo.Margin = new MarginInfo(left: 0 * DPI, right: 0 * DPI, top: 0 * DPI, bottom: 0 * DPI);
    // other pages should have 1 inch margins
    document.PageInfo.AnyMargin = new MarginInfo(left: 1 * DPI, right: 1 * DPI, top: 1 * DPI, bottom: 1 * DPI);
    // add a bunch of nonsense
    var page = document.Pages.Add();
    for (int i = 0; i < 200; i++)
        page.Paragraphs.Add(new HtmlFragment("test line"));
    // push it out to the bin directory
    document.Save("multiple-margins.pdf", new PdfSaveOptions
        DefaultFontName = "Times"


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