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For Word 2007/Word 2010 1- Click on the Office button 2- Select Print then Print again. 3- In the Zoom section make sure 'Scale to paper size' is set to 'A4' 4- Click on the Properties button. 5- Click on the Paper / Quality tab, then click on Advanced. 6- In the Paper/ Output section it has Paper size. To the right you have a drop down menu . Make sure A4 is selected and not letter, then click on OK.
3- There may also be other options in your printing preferences such as 'Print Area', 'Scale to Fit Page Size' or 'Page Margins. These will all need to be set correctly for your design to print 100% e.g. Print Area set to Maximum, Scale to fit Page Size disabled and Page Margins set to Minimized.
Some printers ( for example Epson printers ) have a 'Reduce /Enlarge' facility that defaults to 94% or 97% (instead of 100%). To set this to 100% click the 'Layout' tab and in the 'Reduce/Enlarge' section select 'Custom' you should then be able to change the scaling to 100%.
Hi, it seem your label maker is set to the last(amount) of labels printed. Go to: Print Labels, click; Number of Labels; clear to set to (1) Label. That should stop the run off of labels. Thanks paul70f9
I was having the ame issue. Found the solution on the user manual (posted online). Press Function, scroll to "Margin", press "Function", use arrows to select "#" or "##", then press Function again. Now it should print with a margin, thus not cutting off your letters. Mine was set to "-", which is basically no margin.
Continuous forms paper fed through the front of the
printer also uses either the Front Push, Rear Pull, or Push-Pull
tractor configurations. Make sure this is set correctly or it
will reverse your margins.
It could also be your software. When you print through windows it's using the Microsoft system font controller, but your software could be setting font, margins, and alignment by the settings in the printer not in the driver. So if the first doesn't work, set your system back to align left then go into the printer configuration menu on the device and adjust the margins there.
I eventually managed to print my labels one sheet at a time by forcing the label top edge down the page. You can insert one or two lines above the label template and adjust the font size to get the right distance. It took a bit of trial & error but got there in the end. Hope it helps you
Go the "print" dialog and select "settings". Ensure that the paper size, margins and orientation are not set for 8.5x11. You did not mention the software you are using to print the envelopes/labels so this is the only guess I can give. I have seen software that made me have to override the settings before.