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Printing document When I print the document that I have typed and set the margins, it won't let me print because it says that their is one margin out of the printing area and when I say ignore it prints streching the document and cuts part of the page (like it is suppose to be legal document and prints letter type document)

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    looks like a reflection of document being printed

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Did you change the top margin setting?

Make sure that the paper size is correct in the printer settings of the control panel when you print. You have to tell it what size paper you are printing on.

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WON'T PRINT TO MAXIMUM PRINT AREA


You should change the margins in the word document before you print to 0.5 mm on all sides and remove header and footer.

May 02, 2012 | HP Officejet 6500 Wireless All-in-One...

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I am printing on 8 1/2 by 14 paper landscape. The document is not covering the entire paper.


Do you want the document to fill the page from corner to corner? You won't be able to do that due to the margin settings. The printer needs to be able to pull the page through the machine without touching the ink, so it can't print on every available inch of the page. You can minimize the margins as much as your printer will allow under the Page Settings menu, but it will always shrink the document to fit within the margins on the page.

Hope this helps!

Aug 25, 2011 | Epson Stylus 1400 InkJet Photo Printer

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How do I change margin setrtings foe Lexmark P4350


If you are preparing to print a document that you have created in Microsoft Word, you may be concerned that all the text on the page will print exactly as you see it on your screen. This is not always the case. You can adjust your print margins to ensure that your text prints on each page exactly the way you would like it to appear.

Opening Your Document
Open your Microsoft Word document by double-clicking the Word icon on your desktop. If you do not see the icon on your desktop, then you can locate it where it is buried on your "Start" menu. Click "Start," followed by "All Programs." Then click "Microsoft Office," followed by "Microsoft Office Word." A new document will open on your screen. Click the "Office Button," followed by "Open." Scroll through the files listed, and double-click the one you would like to print. It will open on your screen.

Check Your Margins
By default, your page margins are set to 1-inch margins on the top, bottom, right and left of your page. You can check your margins or change them by clicking "Page Layout," followed by the "Margins" button.

Select New Margins
Select a different margin size, such as "Narrow," which indicate 1/2-inch margins, or "Wide," which indicate one-inch margins on the top and bottom and two-inch margins on the left and right. You also can select "Moderate," which indicate one-inch margins on the top and bottom and 3/4-inch margins on the left and right. Finally, you can select "Mirrored," which indicates one-inch margins for the top, bottom and outside. The inside margins are set at 1 1/4 inches.

Print Your Page
Print your page. Press "Control" plus the "P" button. The printer dialog menu will come up. Make sure that "All Pages in Range" is selected. Press "OK." If your printer cannot print your new margins, then a new menu will pop up telling you to adjust your margins.

I hope you find it very helpful. Best regards.

Aug 22, 2011 | Lexmark P4350 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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When printing a duplex booklet, the printout is reduced in size with larger margins than in original document. How can I get it to print regular size?


It happens when the documents is on A4 size and the printer is set to print on letter size (which is smaller in size). Hence the printer automatically resizes the prints which result in larger margins and print as compared to the actual document.
Therefore, when you print the documents (Press Ctrl+P) you have to select the paper (A4) from the print properties.

Hope it helps! Good Luck!
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Mar 02, 2011 | Brother MFC-9840CDW Laser Printer

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Using XP, my HP Deskjet 5550 printer allowed me to set margins of 0.5 inches and the document printed correctly. With my new Vista 64-bit OS, I get a message that the margins are outside the printable area...


Try when the message comes up click on print anyway. I have to do this with my printer sometimes and when I click print anyway and do not try to correct it prints fine.

Nov 01, 2009 | HP DeskJet 5550 InkJet Printer

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Paper is out of range Samsung printer when printing in word it always says paper out of range


Check your default margins on the printer. Open Word, open a document, click on File then Print. When the printer's printing window opens, click on properties. You should now be able to see the Margins or a Margins tab in the window. Check you margin settings. If they are below .5" in any of the 4 margin settings then you printer probably cannot print the document. Change the settings and save them as the default settings.

You may also try updating your printer driver, too, depending on how old your printer is.

You should also check the settings for the paper type you are using. If it is not the normal 8.5" X 11", then you will need to change this setting as well.

Hope this answers your problem.

Sep 04, 2009 | Printers & Copiers

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Always prints more to left than established margin


Check you Page Setup andmargin set. Sounds like the page isn't set up properly. When you typing a document, go to the FILE then PAGE SETUP. Margins and Paper Layout.
Hope this helps. Bud

Jan 08, 2009 | Lexmark Optra T610 Laser Printer

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Printer does not print whole document


In 'Print Preview' look at the margins, and see if anything is too close to the edge of the paper. If it is, then set your margins further from the edge, or drag graphics further from the edge, etc.

To correct the margins that are set to close to the edge of the paper, open the document in Microsoft Word and follow these steps:
  1. Make sure that you are using the same printer driver that gave you the error in Microsoft Word Viewer.
  2. In Word, on the File menu, click Page Setup.
  3. Click OK.

    You receive a warning dialog box about the unprintable regions.
  4. Click the Fix button.
  5. Save and close the document.
You can now open and print the document in Word Viewer without receiving the error message.

Dec 17, 2008 | HP OfficeJet 6110 All-In-One InkJet...

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Envelope margin error


have you adjusted the page setup on your software?
I'm assuming you're using Word to print a mail merge. yes?

Check that the margins are setup properly in the "word document"
Go undetr file, page setup, and confirm the envelope size is set properly.
Check the page setup in the printing preferences.
File, Print, Printing Preferences.

The printer accepts whatever margins microsoft word tells it to use.

Best wishes

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Oct 20, 2008 | HP Officejet Pro L7580 All-In-One InkJet...

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Printer cuts off top 1 inch of PDF document


Go to the printer properties and try setting it up with border less printing.

Cheers

May 23, 2008 | Lexmark X4270 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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