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When I print out a Word document the word ?DRAFT? appears across the page horizontally. Why?

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Go into the "properties/preference" of the printer, and under "extras" or something similar, look for "watermark". Be sure to set it to "No Watermark", else you'll get that "draft" stamp each time you print something.

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