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Left margin gets cut off when printing to a printer

Posted on 2007-11-16
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I have a user that is Windows XP Pro, SP 2 Office 2000, all completely updates with both OS and Office updates. When ever this user prints to any printer from any office application the first letter on the whole left side gets cut off. this happens when she goes to any printer of any manufacturer.

I did do a test and when she prints to a pdf file it looks and prints out just fine.
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check the page setting and paper size it might be set to a wrong size check this in page settings and in printing settings and do a show print before printing to check it
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