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Posted on 2007-11-29
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I have a HP 1320. A series of reports that I'm trying to run is being cut off about an inch from the bottom of the page. Is there anyway to increase the bottom margin or print area?
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What are the reports created in?
There are several places to check - but it depends on what you are using to create the reports.
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wonker2,

The printer properties area is usually the place to adjust this.  The program itself may also have an area, as mentioned above.  However that model and most other Laserjets I know of have a minimum bottom margin of just about 3/4".  I think you can get it to work at about .6" but that will be the limit.  It sounds like you maybe at that now but hopefully the little bit will help.

Let me know if you have any questions or need more information.

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