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Can't print to the edge of the page

Hi. I am trying to print an image which covers the entire A4 page. The image stretching to all edges of the page. But when I try to print it on my hp psc 1210, it clips my image so that the full image is not printed but there is a boarder of white around the page. How can I print my image over the entirity of the page? Without any white boarders?

The program I am using to print my image is Adobe Photoshop. But I have also tried other programs such as microsoft word and paint. I don't mind which program I use, as long as it prints my full image to the edges of the page!!

Pls help me, Thanks,
Shell.

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I don't know many inkjet printers that can print to the edge of the page on all four sides. The area in which the rollers feed the paper often can't be printed to and neither can the very bottom.

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