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Borders outside printable area

I keep getting a message that says the borders on the pages I am printing are outside the printable area. The printer regularly chops off one side of a border I put on any page. I have tried adjusting the distance from the edge of the page. I have tried adjusting the margins. Nothing I do seems to work.

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Adjust the margins in the software you are using.

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