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chandra_acklin
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minimum margins

Hello everyone I really need your help. I was trying to print borderless with out printing a photo. I was designing invitations, so I went to set minimum margins now my printer want to print outside the margin at the top how can I fix this. please help me. thanks Chandra

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What printer model? What operating system? Generally most printers capable of borderless printing restrict this to special media.  (Printing to the edge of plain paper may cause the paper to cockle.  Photo or other special media is typically thicker and less likely to cockle.)

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chandra_acklin
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Re: minimum margins

j4540 operating system is window xp.

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Re: minimum margins

someone please help, this what happen i have a jp j4540 all-in-one printer. i have a operating system of xp. i was trying to print boardless so i went into printing preference and click on minimum margins and i turn it on. at the time i did not read the message that came up and it said i might have problems printing. i did not know that it was going to stay this way. i thought i could go back to printing the regular way. also i am trying to print on 4.25 x 5.5 paper size but everything keep printing way over the top margin and leaving a huge space on the bottom. i have tried everything. someone please help me fix this problem or is it going to stay this way

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