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Printing an 5.5 " by 8.5 " announcement on my inkjet printer

I have announcements I am trying to print up. I set up my HPPSC 950 for 5.5" by 8.5" paper. I load the paper in the paper tray on the right hand side as it enters, but it keep printing as if the paper was in the center. I have tried everything to correct this, but to no avail. How do I get it to justify or aling to the correct side for that size paper?

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Dear Sppamelot You did not write the software name, in which you are working. Place / open your document in word, coreldraw or pagemaker, photoshop or adobe reader. Put this document exectly in page shown on your screen, where you want to print. Size dosn't matter. it will print exect that place, where you have put it.

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