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I use the HPDeskjet D1560 only for printing envelopes. The left side of the return address is often cut off.

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Check your PAGE SETUP options for the file you are about to print and ensure the values you have entered for the MARGINS (especially the left one) are set small enough to allow the whole return address to be printed.

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