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how can I stop printing boarders. Also one or the boarders is always larger than the other 3

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Can I stop my HP Officejet 3833 printer stop printing boarders. One of the boarders is larger than the other 3,

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how can I stop printing boarders. Also one or the boarders is always larger than the other 3

@mikecl1 

 

Borderless printing is supported on certain paper types (Media) and selected paper sizes.

 

Specifications > Paper Handling

Sections 

Supported paper sizes

and

Margins

 

Borders on photos that are uneven might be the result of the shape of the photo not exactly fitting the shape of the paper.  Use software to "center" the image horizontally and / or vertically to even out the border.  Opening / viewing the image using Paint (mspaint) can be used to center your photo for printing.

 

Example

Print_Photos_Paint_2FC.JPGPrint_Photos_Paint_2FC

 

 

If the paper type, size, and image are appropriate for borderless printing, use your print software to submit the job as "borderless".

 

For example, use HP Smart for Windows

 

HP Smart for Windows

Learn how to use HP Smart on your Windows 10 computer

Open the Software and Drivers Support Website for your printer > Check the Box Get the App

OR

Links to HP Smart software for Windows and Mobile devices,  includes an FAQ section

HP Printers - Using the HP Smart App (Windows 10)

 

Example - HP Smart - Borderless image print

HP_Smart_Borderless_Print_1.JPGHP_Smart_Borderless_Print_1HP_Smart_Borderless_Print_More_Settings_1.JPGHP_Smart_Borderless_Print_More_Settings_1

 

Documents

Uneven borders on documents might be a result of the requirements for the border (see Specifications > Margins) and / or whether the document size and structure fits on the paper as expected.  Headers and Footers play a role, too, as does whether the document is printed in duplex (orientation and long/short side flip).  Finally, if printing in Booklet style, the center "fold" area, known as the "gutter" can influence borders.

 

If the problem is an actual printed border around a document (a line / box around the content), this is controlled / removed in the software that is used to view / edit the document as it is sent to be printed.  I can provide examples, but won't do so unless you need this information.

 

References

 

HP Printers - Print Driver Settings Guide (Windows)

 

Reference and Resources – Places to find help and learn how to use your Printer

Clarification of terms and "what the printer can do" (Specifications)

Printer Homepage – “Things that are your printer”

NOTE:  Content depends on device type and Operating System

HP Drivers / Software / Firmware Updates, How-to Videos, Bulletins/Notices, Lots of How-to Documents, Troubleshooting, Access to the Print and Scan Doctor (Windows), User Guides, Product Information (Specifications), more

When the website support page opens, Select (as available) a Category > Topic > Subtopic

HP OfficeJet 3833 All-in-One Printer

 

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Dragon-Fur
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