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I think your text document didn't fit the page. I have done that before. It overruns and the extra becomes the lines inbetween. To fix this use microsoft publisher to print it so that you can choose the paper size and the borders and fit the document within the space allowed.
Doesn't sound like your printer hardware. Try printing something other than your text document. If the page comes out clean/perfect then it means your printer is having a problem understanding your text document via print program translation. Otherwise try converting your text to pdf and print a sample page, if it works then again problem with software/printer translation.
The margins of top and bottom and print size and font size are all the options that given to you inside the software that you are using to print the books. Now you have not mentioned the software that you are using. The two most prominent software for writing and printing books are MS Word 2007 and Adobe Writer. Lets say you are using MS Word 2007. When on the top menu bar you click "Page Layout" button. Then you play and select the parameters that suites you requirement like "Margins" button meets your requirements. You can also check with the "Size" for the Print page sizes. To change the font size in MS Word 2007 highlight the text you want to re-size and then right click after placing the mouse pointer on the text the integer number you will see will be the font size and you can change it according to your liking. One good tip for you for most quality software that are used for printing is that they offer an option "Print preview". It will show you how your document will look like before you print it.
The problem is with VISTA. & Printer Drivers. Say if it prints on the XP why don't you connect the printer to the XP machine and share it so the Vista machine uses that? may work great. have you got the most up to date version of your printer driver? if not get it from manufacturers web site, and install as administrator.