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Unable to print document 1" top,bottom,andleft and right. Font very small. Margin needs to be aligned with computer

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And Hi again,

For some unknown reason(s) our Live Session was cut. Any development(s)?

Pls, in MS Word, have you tried clicking on File and then Print Preview? Would you so kind as to check if the way the document is shown is the same way the document was printed?

If yes, was the right margin as you would want it to be? otherwise, have you checked on the settings of the MS Word document specifically the right indent as shown below in red circle?
unable to print document 1" - 60649f9.jpg
Would appreciate if you can post back any developments or even the lack of it.

Cheers.

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

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Before you call or ask a question:


I always tell my clients, "Listen to your computer." It is telling you by the sounds it makes what the problem is. If you hear a whirring sound mention the sound AND where you heard it from when calling tech support or posting the problem online. Clicking, beeping, grinding. It all means something. The problem can be more quickly solved if the tech knows about these sounds. After all, this is YOUR computer and you know how it sounds and behaves.

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