There is not too much that you can do other than adjusting the margins and try. Here is what you do to adjust the margins: 1. Open ProFile if it is not launched. 2. Go to "Options" and select "Templates" to display the "Template Editor" screen. 3. Highlight the "T7DRA" template line in the list of templates. 4. Click on the "Edit Template" radio button to display the template code. 5. On this screen displaying the code, click "File" on the tool-bar and select "Print setup" to display the "Margins" in the "Document Page Properties" dialog. 6. Adjust the margins and try printing. You might need to follow the trial and error procedure to arrive at the optimal set of margins to accomplish the printing task.
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