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The printer will print OK from the desktop, but when I print from emails it cuts the right margin back about 2" - nothing will print on the right hand side of the page. I tried dumping the driver program and re-installing, and it worked for one print out. then went back to the same problem again.

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  • glenn27 Jun 24, 2009

    I have tried both of these suggestions. I also have an employee on staff who used to be a program developer at Tellurian Networks. The printer actually defaults the right hand margin to not print anything on the right side of the page. I just tried to dump the program - deleted the driver , and tired to re-install from your site. It will not re-install now, it tells me there is still another program on the computer even though it has been deleted.

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Dear Glenn27,
As you mentioned, printer works fine normally however the issue is only while printing emails.. so I would like to know the email program that is in use .. I mean, do you use Outlook, Outlook Express or webmail or Lotus notes etc..
If this is a repeated question then I would like to apologies as we experts are not allowed to peep into other experts' solutions so I cannot see the responses by the previous expert.

Also please let me know the following printer settings ..
AUTO WRAP, RIGHT MARGIN, LEFT MARGIN,

What happens when you copy the email text to a standard text editor like Notepad or Ms Word and then try printing .. does it still print with right margin extended?

Waiting for your response.

Regards,
Srinivas

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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Where are you printing the email from Outlook or web mail?
try this ...
On the top bar Click files > print setup>
Put the Orientation to landscape or change the scale less than 100%
Check the print preview before printing.

Let me know if you still face issues.

Thanks
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Posted on Jun 24, 2009

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