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Old August 31st 06, 08:31 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Bill K
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Default Question for the master Roy G

Okay, said the student to the master, when I print a full bleed
(borderless) be it a photo, PS2 document, Quark document, even a word
document, the right and bottom are always cut off, almost a centimeter.
The printer settings are set at 8.5 by 11. I don't know how to correct
this it's driving me nuts. It's an Epson 1280, has the latest driver
and software and Epson hasn't responded for my requests for help. If
you can help I'll try to teach you something about photography.
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