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What is the make and model of your printer?

Can you give us a better description of the failure, please? For example are you getting extra vertical spaces between lines of text? Are you getting white lines in-between lines of image (photographs)?

If it is text, check the linespacing setup in the application you are using.

For example, sometimes Word will set the spacing at 1.5 LPI (lines per inch). to fix that problem you only need to change the LPI back to 1.

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