Dear subhasish, you would like to check in your page border settings. Go to formatting and then border, you must've selected border by default on settings. Change it to none. It must be applied to whole document too.
Just change the default settings and you'd be able to print without it :)
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I think your text document didn't fit the page. I have done that before. It overruns and the extra becomes the lines inbetween. To fix this use microsoft publisher to print it so that you can choose the paper size and the borders and fit the document within the space allowed.
Doesn't sound like your printer hardware. Try printing something other than your text document. If the page comes out clean/perfect then it means your printer is having a problem understanding your text document via print program translation. Otherwise try converting your text to pdf and print a sample page, if it works then again problem with software/printer translation.
hi as you have set border less printing in publisher and on printer, have you adjusted the layout guides? on the blank page go to arrange, then to layout guides, adjust the numbers to atleast 0.25 (lowest it will go) and save then try printing, the but remember, hp still has a border due to the print heads position they do not travel over the print area like some printers do, you will always get a small white line no matter what...hope this helps
Hope I can solve your problem
The first thing is do you go to print preview before you print if you do and the line is there it might have something to do with your page border go to your page border and put on no border
It also might have something to do with not having your paper correctly in the printer make sure all your paper is the same in the printer and it is all straight
and correct at the time of print.
but my bet is that you have your page border on 1 side of your paperwhen you are doing a document up the top you have page borders make sure it is on no page border
Does the bottom border show up in Print Preview? Some printers will not print the full page, to include the border if it is too close to the papers edge. If you adjust the border to be further away from the pages edge, it should print. Instead of applying a page border, you may have to draw a border using a rectangle shape and apply the desired line style. You can also try to adjust the border margin to measure from "edge of page" instead of measure from "text". This setting is on the options button located on the page border tab under the Borders and Shading window. This may allow you to adjust the margin enough to be able to print the border.
I'm guess you are printing from MS Word? Click File the "Page Setup" Click the layout tab the far right then go to the bottom and click borders and select the NONE option. You should have your borders removed!! =) That is if that is the type of border you are talking about.