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#1 Posted : 11/26/2013 11:22:35 AM(EST)

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No, nothing is wrong. Every printer on the market today has a fixed, maximum printable area. The area between where the ink or toner stops and the edge of the sheet is called the "Non-Printable Margins." There are a couple of ways to determine the size/spacing of the non-printable margin on your printer. The first way would be to consult your printer's instruction or user manual to see if the data is in there. If you are unable to find it, we've created an easy-to-use tool, to help you determine this. The following link contains a pdf, with simple instructions for you to follow:

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