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Yes, most likely your application's margin settings are incorrect. Try printing a test page - NOT from the application. If this is Windows, go to printers in control panel, right-click on the subject printer, choose Properties, then click the Print Test Page button. You should get the standard Windows printer test page with the logo at the top and all the printer specifics below. If the test page is also cut off, look around in the HP-provided software for any margin and/or page size settings that are incorrect, such as A4 paper when it should really be Letter size.
Check your application's print settings (for e.g. MS Word).
Then check the printer's properties and print settings.
If nothing works you also try re-installing the latest printer driver.
If you use MS word should check the page setup option, for paper size errrors.
If the color of your margin is red and the red ink is out then you won't se the margin line.
Problem is solved by pressing the function key until "margin" comes up. Then press function key again while "margin" is selected. Use the arrow key to select the "###". Then once that is selected press the function key again. That solved the same problem I had. Good Luck :)
Do you mean the left margin is too large so all the content is shifted to the right and off the page?
If this is the case, it is probably a setting in Pagemaker. In the file menu, choose "page setup" or "print setup". Check the paper size. Check the margins.