In both MS Publisher, and MS Word, I am losing one inch of printout. If I have landscape image, I lose one inch from right hand side. In portrait it fails to print one inch from bottom. In Publisher it just does not print the missing inch, in Word, it compresses the text but prints all but leaves a blank one inch of printed area. I have tried all the elp suggestions. I have three printers, and I get the same phenominon on each printer, so the problem lies somewhere within OS, software or my computer.
I think this applies to most printers, none that I have ever had will print on the last 1.5mm or approximately 1" of paper. this last bit is needed to be held by the print rollers and the printhead is unable to reach it. j.
"No, I know the maximum area limitations on all of my printers, but this is a sudden phenominon that happened yesterday. Something has gone haywire. But what? Driving me crackers."
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My suggestion based on that would be to think about any changes that have been made since yesterday and if that doesn't suggest anything to remove and re-install the printer driver. This often sorts many printer problems.
PG123 had the answer. Both Publisher and Word were default "Letter". I have changed the default in Word to A4, but I am puzzled as to why there is no default choice in Publisher, and on some files I have a choice of A4 and on others A4 is not listed in the selection. What is that all about? And why did both programmes change overnight? Is there somewhere where I can make A4 default? Roc
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