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MS Word printing incorrectly

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GA Nana

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I am using MS Word 2002 to make a document on 6"x8" paper. I changed the paper size using "custom size" in the page setup menu. I also changed all the printing settings I could find. My margins are 1" on each side, 1.75" on the top and 2.25" on the bottom, and the text is all centered. When I use print preview it shows up perfectly.

I have an HP psc 2100 series. On it, I have to load the paper all the way to the right, the same as if I were loading envelopes (which I have never had problems with). When I print, however, I get the message "The margins of section 1 are outside the printable area of the page. Do you want to continue?" If I say yes, it prints the text all the way to the right of the page with a .25" margin, and the text is still "centered" (that is, it is not right justified).

Any ideas?
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