The printer print borderless on three sides but leaves about a 5/8" border on the right side. This is 8.5x11 and the printer setup correctly displays the image edge-to-edge with borderless printing selected. I can't see any reason why one edge was left with a border. Can someone offer an insight into this problem? Thanks
It might simply be that the Aspect Ratio is "off a bit".
That means the original / actual shape / size of the image does not exactly match the shape / size of the paper.
Typically, adjustments (Crop / Fit) are handled in the software / application used to submit the job to the printer.
General Example - HP Smart - Windows - Photo - Borderless Print
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