Setting Printer Margins
Goldenseal accounting software is printing too much white space at the page margins. Cutting off text or other items.
Is the problem happening around the edges of the paper? If so, it's a page margin problem.
Most of the Goldenseal printed forms use a 1/4" margin (7mm), which should be sufficient for nearly all printers.
If the pages are cutting off, it's usually a Page Setup problem.
On Windows computers, follow these steps:
On current Macintosh computers, you don't need to set page margins. That is done automatically.
In Macintosh OS 9, follow these steps:
NOTE-- It's possible that some printers may have a different way to set margins. Check the printer documentation or contact the printer manufacturer for details.
Nearly all printers have an "unprintable margin" and physically can't print to the very edge of the paper. If the printer's unprintable margin is more than 1/4" / 7mm, then it may be necessary to change the layout margins, and shrink the layouts so they fit into a smaller space. To do that, follow these steps:
Entered 4/14/06 by Casey. Updated 11/12/2010.