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Need help setting printer to print regular size

Need help with setting the correct paper size and font for printer to print correctly on paper. right now lettes are tono small and its not printing on th whole page like it should.

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  • 2thmanfl Jan 25, 2009

    I have the same problem - have been printing normally and suddenly fits like 30% of page - use vista now, used to use xp - can't remember if it started with new computer change - - maybe a driver problem?

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On your printer, there might be a button saying Enlarge/Reduce. Keep hitting it until you get 100%. Good Luck.

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