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Cs3 printing issue

Cs3 printing issue

Cs3 printing issue

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When printing in picture package (2)5x7 on 8x10 one inch margins appear above and below upon printing. I also tried creating a template still had one inch margins. my computer is windows 7 64 bit.???   

RE: Cs3 printing issue

Hi

Are you sure you aren't printing an 8" X 10" image on an 8.5" X 11" sheet of paper?  That would explain a wider border on the ends then you see on the screen.

Most inkjet photo paper is 8.5 X 11 not 8" X 10".

If you are printing on an 8" X 10" sheet of paper make sure that your printer is set to print Border-less and at 100%

You can't fit two 5 X 7s on an 8 X 10 with out butting them together and printing right to the edge the long way and you will still have a half inch margin on the sides.

Mike

 
  

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