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Hp 9800 print alignnment

I can't run though a complete precision print alighnment. When the test pages print, the numbers at the side and bottom of the page are completely missing - I do not know what to input for the adjustments. I have done several precision print alighnment test so far, all with the same result. Any assistance you could provide would be appreciated. THanks.

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Reset your margins in the printer settings, it sounds like it is cutting off the edges according to margins. Post agian if no go.

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