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AmberPye
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Deskjet 1000 cutting off bottom of page.

My deskjet is out of warranty (Ain't that how it always works?) and has started acting up. Which is bad, because I have to print lengthy pieces of college homework without having them chopped into little pieces.

 

It's the printer settings. When I switch my printer to a different one in my Word drop-down, it is fixed.

 

I've tried changing the print margins, the paper size, and reinstalling the printer. Nothing worked.

 

The issue? My deskjet refuses to believe it can print the bottoms of my pages.

 

Anyone have a fix for this?

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-JohnB-
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Deskjet 1000 cutting off bottom of page.

amberpye,

If you are running windows to eliminate any software issues lets try downloading and running the print and scan doctor located here:

http://goo.gl/Ujpib



It can fix a lot on its own and if not give a better idea of what is going on.


Best of Luck!
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AmberPye
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Re: Deskjet 1000 cutting off bottom of page.

I downloaded and tried the fix-it, and nothing was fixed. It asked me to print a test page, but other than that gave me no other information.

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Deskjet 1000 cutting off bottom of page.

amberpye,

If the print and scan doctor found no problems lets try this article to help resolve your partial pages:
http://goo.gl/RLWU3

Give the steps listed under your operating system a try and let us know if it helps.

Best of Luck!
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