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Approx half a centimetre of left side of page does not print even though it is visible in Print Preview. Margin area is 1cm. When printing in duplex, the print on the entire page shrinks in size.

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  • gary_stok833 Feb 11, 2011

    Thankyou so much, the problem has been solved.

  • gary_stok833 Feb 11, 2011

    Yes, I was able to print my document out as I wanted so I was very happy!

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Hi

It sometimes coming like this. You need go to page set up and adjust the FIT to page to 1 page only. Also try to adjust the zooming size of the page from that page set up. If it fits to 80% try to put 78% to fit all the print document.

From there you can adjust the print page setting. I hope you get what I mean.

Regards.

Posted on Feb 11, 2011

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    I am glad to help you but don't forget to accept this solution. Thank you for using fixya.

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