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Black line/border around 3 sides of the document

When we scan something in and then go to print it out there is a black lines on both sides of the page and the bottom. They vary in width and color while some are very thin others are very thick. Also, some are dark black and some have lines that start and disappear. Can someone please help with a solution on how to fix this problem? I have played around with the setting a bunch of times and nothing i do seems to work. Thanks for yout time!

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  • Anonymous May 16, 2008

    I have one vertical line 2.5 from the left side and a solid rectangle horizontally at the bottom. Turning on the border removal did not work.

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Try turning the border removal on.

Posted on Apr 01, 2008

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