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When printing from PageMaker 6.X, I cannot center my text and graphics. I have adjusted my margins but no matter how I set them, my margins are not equal. How can I center my text and graphics when printing from PageMaker?
There are three factors that will affect where text and graphics will print on a page. The first is Document Setup. By default PageMaker's margins are not equal, the left or inside margin is greater and this shifts the print to the right. The second setting to check is located in the Print Menu, PPD. This should be set to your EPSON Stylus printer model. The third setting to check is also located in the Print Menu. Open the Print Menu and click on the Paper button. This will display a page with a letter "E" and the selected method for calculating offset. The options are to calculate based on printable area or paper size. Since the minimum setting for the bottom margin in portrait mode or the right margin in landscape mode is .56", selecting "Use Paper Size" for Offset Calculation may make it easier to center text and graphics. For further instructions on these settings, contact Adobe Technical Support.

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