This one work for me...on top left of the page click on file then click print. A box print with option opens...... click options then select or put a check on left bottom box that says print all linked documents....good luck!
2nd option or
Last option and 100% will print the entire page even allows you to select what you want to print inside the page. Its called webcollect and here is the link.......http://www.web-collect.co.uk/
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go to control panel, printer & faxes. there you will see your printer. right click on printer, go to property, go to printing preference. there chose the paper size as A4. your margin setup will automatically setup. now print from your document. it will print well.
As you mentioned, printer works fine normally however the issue is only while printing emails.. so I would like to know the email program that is in use .. I mean, do you use Outlook, Outlook Express or webmail or Lotus notes etc..
If this is a repeated question then I would like to apologies as we experts are not allowed to peep into other experts' solutions so I cannot see the responses by the previous expert.
Also please let me know the following printer settings ..
AUTO WRAP, RIGHT MARGIN, LEFT MARGIN,
What happens when you copy the email text to a standard text editor like Notepad or Ms Word and then try printing .. does it still print with right margin extended?
I was having the ame issue. Found the solution on the user manual (posted online). Press Function, scroll to "Margin", press "Function", use arrows to select "#" or "##", then press Function again. Now it should print with a margin, thus not cutting off your letters. Mine was set to "-", which is basically no margin.
Could be as simply as the right print margin in the application you are using. Try printing a test page by right-clicking on the printer in Printers and Faxes in Control Panel and select Properties. If the test page prints ok then check the margins in the application you are using - usually File>Page Setup. The right margin could be set to 5.0 in instead of 0.5 in.
have you adjusted the page setup on your software? I'm assuming you're using Word to print a mail merge. yes?
Check that the margins are setup properly in the "word document" Go undetr file, page setup, and confirm the envelope size is set properly. Check the page setup in the printing preferences. File, Print, Printing Preferences.
The printer accepts whatever margins microsoft word tells it to use.
Do you mean the left margin is too large so all the content is shifted to the right and off the page?
If this is the case, it is probably a setting in Pagemaker. In the file menu, choose "page setup" or "print setup". Check the paper size. Check the margins.