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Print area The scanned copies of documents only show the area that has text on it and not any plain border. Can this be reset to show the whole page?

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  • Anonymous Dec 05, 2007

    When I print a page with a border, the bottom line of the border does not print even though I can see it on the screen. i am told that section 1 is out of the printer area. Suggestions?

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Scanners copy everything it can see. So make sure it can see what you are copying.

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