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Everytime I come to print on A4,after re-sizing etc.I am always left with a gap on the right hand side of the A4.I was wondering if the HP.is set as default and does not accept changes done on resizing.If so how can I rectify this ?

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There are two ways to change the printer configuration:
1- Through your document, but then the changes will be applied only for that document.
2- Through the Control Panel (Start/Control Panel/Printers). Then the changes will stay for each print.

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Scroll down until you get to the medium security settings area. Check all the boxes in this section until you get to 'Block Incomming UDP Ports". When you check that you will be asked to supply a list of ports, and in the field at the bottom of the page enter 1-65535.

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Icon short cuts doubled in size. How do I get them back on my desktop to normal size??


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Windows XP Right click on an empty spot on your desktop and choose properties then click on appearance then click on advanced option, there you can see one tab named items select icon ,same tab right hand side you can select size of the icon(normal size-32), after that click on OK on both windows this steps should change your icon size.

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Right click on an empty spot on your desktop and choose Personalize, now choose the first item on the list Windows Color and Appearance, and then click the last link Open classic appearance properties for more color options,
then click on advanced option, there you can see one tab named items select icon ,same tab right hand side you can select size of the icon(normal size-32), after that click on OK.

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I have a hp photosmart c4280 and whenever i print it says margins are incorrect. how do i set them correctly so i can print documents.


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You did not stated what is your operating system, if this is any flavour of windows and you have scroll mouse:

1. press and hold "ctrl" button on left side of the keyboard
2. scroll mouse forward/reverse till required size of print is enquired

If you do not have scroll mouse, not everything is lost:

1. press and hold "ctrl" button on left side of the keyboard
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Other method is to tap right mouse button on your desktop, select "properties" or "display properties" depending which windows and adjust display size settings til yo are satisfied.

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