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Problem with printing a word 2010 document using HP Deskjet 6943


Hesham_3del

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Hello,

I've a problem with printing a word 2010 document using HP Deskjet 6943

Here is a snapshot of the document on Word 2010

http://img855.imageshack.us/img855/2969/pro1g.png

and this is the print preview

http://img600.imageshack.us/img600/2282/pro2hh.png

Please take care of 2 things :-

1- The header in the print preview is not taking the whole width of the paper and also there is a gap between it and the upper border of the paper, the whole width issue is recognized when I print this document

2- I can't see the footer in the print preview and it also has the same problem like "1"

What I need is simple, the document I made in Word = the real printed document, no more, no less.

Thank you

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lotvic

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The header and the footer are contained inside a 'box'. The 'box' does not extend to the very edge of the paper. But you can alter the box sides and top to make the box a different size. some vids on YouTube that might help. Here's a link about 1 min 40 secs in on this one to alter the space above header and below footer

The line you see for the bottom footer is probably a border on the top edge of the footer box. Make sure you have selected 'no borders' for the footer box.

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