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HELP PLEASE Please Help y when i put border line in my doc. the bottom part is not printable when i look to the print preview the bottom part of the border line is not print even the top part and the left and right part of the border is print OK. can you please help me and give me a step by step procedure on how to fix my problem thanks. "THE BOTTOM BORDERLINE IS NOT PRINTABLE EVE THE OTHER LINE IS PRINT OK"

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Most likely this is an issue with your print margins. Try changing the margins by making them smaller.

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