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Visio 2010 - Print out of 11 x 17 is chopping off my header and footer a little bit

Posted on 2013-12-11
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My drawing image is 11 x 17
My printer output is selected as 11 x 17.  So how come the header and footer on the right side of my page is being chopped off by about a 1/4 of an inch or so?
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Most likely it has to do with the printer margins of your printer. Many printers cannot print right to the edge on all four sides.
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