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Printer does not follow margins indicated

Whenever i print a Microsoft 2007 word document, there's always this big margin allowance on top of my printed document. If i modify the margin to .5" all sides, i'll be having an approximately 1.75 gap on the top of the page, while the rest is fine. please help. does this have something to do with my printer, or is it with the program itself? I'm using Windows Vista by the way.

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  • Brittany Araneta Jun 18, 2007

    Hello jackboy :D,
    Just now i found out that microsoft office 2007 has a compatibility problem with Vista. When i installed office 2003 and printed the document, everything turned out to be fine. I guess i'll be using office 2003 for the meantime. (it's better anywayz). Anywayz, thanks a lot for the advice! :D The printer's not the culprit after all.

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Ahhh Vista - has a lot to answer for , is this another little glitch I wonder? Would it be possible to save a document to disk and print it on the printer from another XP computer for example - just to check things that way. I do suspect that this is a program thing and not the printer.

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