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Hp Printing issue driving me INSANE!

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I am trying to print out Bridal Shower invites. I finally got the settings down but when the last two lines print crooked because of the way the card stock is being pushed out. I have to get these in the mail tomorrow! Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Use a smaller card stock in size so it will come out smoothly.
check also the page setup that you're using give some allowances.

Posted on Oct 20, 2008

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