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HP DesignJet T1200 Printing Problems

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The problem im having is that im wasting a lot of paper on drawings i print out. 

 We just purchased this printer and when I call out for a 34" x 44" or ANSI E paper size and the drawing is only 23" x 36" the printer rolls out the full 44" length and cuts it instead of cutting it right at the end of the drawing to save paper.  

This is called blank print area detection which oour old HP DesignJet 430 came with but fore some reason I havent been able to find this setting for this printer.  


I could measure each drawing I print out and make sure it prints the exact length everytime but that is too much of a pain in the {Content Edited}.


I need help in finding "blank print area detection".  Or something that would help printing drawings out more efficiently.


Thanks in advance

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