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Margins I know how to release the margins, but how do you reset them to a different setting? Chuck

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    II have the same problem I know how to release the margins but how do I reset them. Please advise Micci33

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After you get past the current setting move to the new desired position and then hold the alt key while pressing the 7 key.

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