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Conflict between paper size, two-sided, and borderless settings

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Deskjet 3520
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

With the borderless printing option on in Printing Preferences, my printer prints pages with margins that are too wide. So I tried turning that setting off. However, my computer says there's a conflict between my "Flip on Long Edge", "Letter" paper size, and "Borderless Printing" options. Is there any way to have all of these at the same time?

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Hi,

 

Automatic duplex printing requires your printer to increase its margins for the duplexer inside the printer to grab the page and flip it around.  This is a function of the printer and cannot be changed therefore you can't print borderless in auto duplex.

 

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Hi,

 

Automatic duplex printing requires your printer to increase its margins for the duplexer inside the printer to grab the page and flip it around.  This is a function of the printer and cannot be changed therefore you can't print borderless in auto duplex.

 

Regards.

BH
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Thank you for explaining!

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