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Margin problem Although I have the correct settings on my margins in "page setup", whenever I print the text gets cut off on the right side.  The only solution I have is to manually increase the margin size in "page setup" before I print.  Is there something wrong with my printer or the software??  Thanks so much.

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Won't be the printer so I guess that leaves software or printer driver settings or the actual document setup.

Posted on Nov 17, 2007

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    Mark Wurden Feb 29, 2016

    Are you sure it won't be the printer? I have this issue, and they've replaced the driver, checked all the settings, and all of this has had no effect. During their last attempt, they said it likely was the printer, and that it would need to be sent in for servicing.

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On the File menu, you need to click Page Setup, and then click the Margins tab.
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