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Trying to print 8x11 borderless on Konica Minolta 2400W

Help! I purchased this printer for it's high resolution. I needed it for a book printing that I was doing. I cannot get my pages to print without a border. I have tried EVERYTHING.

I have set the settings all different ways...shrink to fit, fit to printable area. I have scaled up. I have done everything that I know to do. My pages cannot have this margin around them.

Anyone have any suggestions? (please!)
-Crystal

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