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´Greetings cards: the designs are all about 1/2" too far to the left when I print them. I have tried using the page for altering margins but it does not work. This is Printmaster Platinum 16.

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Not familiar with that program but have you checked to ensure you've got the right printer selected -- and ensured you have the right paper size?

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