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Landscape print gives dots or lines in the upper margin

When printing a landscape text (booklet), dots and/or lines appears in black in the upper margin (5 mm from the edge of the paper). Working with vista home 32, and its latest drivers from www.hp.be

Anybody a solution? Thank you!

HP 1510 All in one series. Whenever we print landscape, black dots or lines appear on the upper margin. We are using Vista and Office 2000, printing from microsoft word.

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  • LaJa Feb 03, 2008

    Yes, have done this already, thanks. I have changed the cartridge and cleaned the cartridge head, but to no avail. The problem only happens with Word (office 2000) and using Vista and only when I want to print landscape using a Word document. It is a software problem that I have now found out. Apparently, they are in conflict, I have to update my microsoft office!! Hope this helps anyone else having this problem, apparently it is widespread.

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