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Re: paper margin problem in pagemaker application
Do you mean the left margin is too large so all the content is shifted to the right and off the page?
If this is the case, it is probably a setting in Pagemaker. In the file menu, choose "page setup" or "print setup". Check the paper size. Check the margins.
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many questions, the answer should be yes and all is in the driver settings but it all depends on if you have the correct driver installed and configured correctly for your copier and if your finisher is a booklet finisher. if you have every thing laid out in page maker correctly and the driver is setup correctly then it should do just fine.
Go to the Application your working in,
Click tools or edit, view, page layout, margin's,
you can manipulate the margin's,
1.5 all the way round, usually for standard printing
or, check printers properties setup too...
Could be as simply as the right print margin in the application you are using. Try printing a test page by right-clicking on the printer in Printers and Faxes in Control Panel and select Properties. If the test page prints ok then check the margins in the application you are using - usually File>Page Setup. The right margin could be set to 5.0 in instead of 0.5 in.
You don't have any solution but to increase the above margin to be equal as the bottom margin. To successfully print the pages, this printer need a larger bottom margin compared with the above margin. Just use the 'Center on page' option from your graphic application.
You did not write the software name, in which you are working.
Place / open your document in word, coreldraw or pagemaker, photoshop or adobe reader.
Put this document exectly in page shown on your screen, where you want to print. Size dosn't matter. it will print exect that place, where you have put it.