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Blank space in between the page

When I'm trying to give printout, i get blank space in between the page layout from top to bottom of my print.

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  • Lakshman SPa Dec 20, 2007

    still my problem not solved, what to do even after this all done?

  • elmir Dec 26, 2007

    When I try to print a document I get a blank space in the middle of the page.

    If I reposition the cartridge it may (or it may not) improve for a page or to bun then the same happens again.

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Posted on Dec 13, 2007

  • Cary Farah
    Cary Farah Dec 20, 2007

    what application are you using to print MS Word?
    if so check:






    1. While in Word, click
      Tools
      , then
      Options
      .




    2. Select the
      Print
      tab.




    3. Uncheck
      Allow A4/Letter paper resizing
      .




    4. Click
      OK
      .



    5. Re-send the print job.


    here is a list of all the problems with that printer
    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/docum...

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