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All Excel files are printing w/o left margin, so text on left is getting cut off

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This is a common prob.. most of my users know wahat programs shift images and they adjust it accordingly... you may want to try some different drivers you may be using a pcl driver try a ps driver load accouple drivers up you can try the different ones go to imagerunner.com by the way if you have a print server on the back of the copier you should use the imagepass C1 or C2 driver

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