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Printing Corel Draw booklet on A4

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I made a booklet in Corel Draw: format 4 pages A4 (in fact it's an A3, folded and printed recto-verso).
I can print it on 4 A4 pages on my printer, but I lose a few millimeters on each page.
Is there a way to print to the border of each page (i.e. without the margins the printer automatically sets)?
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Question by:DirkVerbeeck
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by:Tobi
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Sorry,

As I know, thats not a Corel problem. With normal PC - Printers you cannot print to the border of the page. There must be one printer, forgot his name, who can.

Tobi
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by:DirkVerbeeck
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Yes, I was affraid this was going to be the answer...
Thanks, pal.
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For the points, I give you my comment as answer: The only proposual is, to make a Digi - Print in A3. Thats not so expensive, if you need only a little number of booklets.

Tobi
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