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BOTTOM BORDER LINE IS NOT PRINTABLE

HELP ME PLEASE WHY THE BOTTOM PART OF THE BORDER LINE IS NOT PRINTABLE? HOW WILL I DO TO FIX MY PROBLEM. CAN YOU PLEASE GIVE ME A STEP BY STEP PROCEDURE TO FIX IT TNX

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First you must see the printpreview before you print the documents you want to print so that no error upon printing the hardcopy,

hope it will help...

Posted on May 28, 2008

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