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Office printing 8.5x11 full bleed possible?

I am looking for an office printer to print high quality 8.5x11 layouts full bleed. Any suggestions?

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Try deskjet c4480 or hp color laserjet p1515

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From the Type area, select Iron-on Transfer.

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In the Print Properties dialog box, click the Print Layout tab.
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