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Internet pages will not print entirely

When I print a page from the internet. The right side of the page does not print a few of the letters at the end of the sentence.

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Dear, it is due to the default margin for your printer settings, the printer is not printing outside that, you need to check the printer preferences to set the margin for printing. In this way you can resolve your problem.

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