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Different label alignment on different printers

Where can the printer alignment/margins be set?

IBM client access version 5.8 is being used to print labels on various Kyocera Mita FS 1010 printers. The 1"X4" labels are two (2) columns by ten (10) rows on an eight-and-a-half (8.5) inch by eleven (11) inch sheet of labels. Depending on the printer, the top alignment of the label text can vary by an eighth (1/8) inch or more.

All of the know Client Access settings are identical between the printers being used. However, there does not appear to be any setting(s) that directly effect printre alignment and/or margins.

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Right click on the printer icon and choose properties

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