Question about HP DeskJet 3940 InkJet Photo Printer
How do I re - calibrate the margin function so the printing is between the margins ,and not overlapping on both left and right sides of the page?.Thanks James McPherson
If you are using Word or a similar word processing program, you can do this in Page Size and under the Margins tab. Even then, it won't translate to all your printing work.
You need to have the printer on, or at least able to see the little printer icon on the lower task-bar of your PC, by the time and all that. Click (or double click, depending on computer and OS), and select all available or active printers, I'm thinking it just one. Under the Printer menu, select options or settings, again depending on PC and printer, and there should be a Page Size tab,, where you can choose the format (portrait or landscape), font sizes and types, and scales. On the same window, there should be a margins tab where you can tweak the margins to do what you want them to do. Tell me if this was helpful, or if you run into any more issues.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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