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Sounds like you're using Word and the margins are gone. To bring them back, do the following:

Put your mouse cursor above the white of the page. It'll turn into a square with arrows pointing up and down. Double-click and you'll get the margins back.

You can then go to File -> Page Setup to change your margin sizes.

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