The paper in the image appears to be "thin" and a bit "curled" at the edges. Understand that this is an observation based on viewing the image and might NOT indicated there is anything wrong with the paper. Do check the Paper Handling specifications to make sure your paper meets the "weight" standards.
Open your Tray and Paper settings and make sure the selection for paper type matches the kind of paper you are using (as best that can be found in the drop down list).
For example, if the paper you are using is indeed "thinner" than normal office paper but it sill meets the minimum weight requirement, look for a Paper Type setting for "Light" paper (may or may not exist and wording can vary).
Set the options, include Page Size and Handling for Multiple / Sheets per page
Click into Properties - find and set options in Tabs
Click OK to save / exit Properties menu
When ready click to Print
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