12-03-2015 12:11 PM - edited 12-03-2015 02:35 AM
Does anyone know how to reset the default automatic margins on Canon PIXMA MG2500 series driver?
I've been changing all margins on my documents to 0cm, but there ll be always margins showed up when I printed the documents, especially the bottom so it's always cutting off the bottom of the page. So I know it must be the driver. The automatic margin that always showed up on the bottom of the page is around 1,6 cm. There's also no option on the Printing Preferences to change them. I'm using Windows 10, by the way.
12-09-2015 08:46 AM
If parts of the docment are being cut off rather than condensed in to the printout, the issue may be related to the program that is being used.
Try using a different program. If you are printing from the web, be sure to use the "print" option in or around the article to properly format the page for printing.
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05-30-2016 04:03 PM
Well, No matter what program I am trying to print from, this happens. I noticed it as soon as I began using this printer. It seems that the page is "pushed up" so the full page never prints. I have experience dealing with printer settings, as well as formatting documents in MS programs as well as Adobe products, including Photoshop.
This is the printer. It needs a setting to adjust were the printer thinks the margins are. I have never had a printer that didn't allow this. Very annoying.
08-14-2016 01:22 PM - edited 08-14-2016 01:23 PM
I'm having this same issue with my brand new MG2900 series. I'm trying to use Microsoft Publisher and I cannot for the life of me, get it to stop cutting off the bottom of the page. Both Publisher and the Printer properties are showing 8.5 x 11. It's even cut off in the Print Preview.
Has anyone found a solution to this yet?
08-17-2016 11:06 AM
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09-10-2016 05:03 PM
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03-08-2017 04:24 AM
From what I have been told, there is a physical limitation to some of these printers that will not allow print below a certain point. I assume this is due to the paper becoming unsupported or held down by the rollers for the injet head to pass by accurately.