printing full bleed (ie. no print margins)


P

Pips

I've been trying for ages to get a header in Excel to print out full bleed,
but can't figure out how; have set margins to 0 but the printout still has a
clear 4 mm margin. Is there any way to avoid this?
 
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Jim Cone

I have never tried this, but some printers allow a custom paper
size to be specified. If you have that feature, you could
specify a slightly larger size paper and see if that gets you
the full bleed effect.
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Jim Cone
Portland, Oregon USA



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I've been trying for ages to get a header in Excel to print out full bleed,
but can't figure out how; have set margins to 0 but the printout still has a
clear 4 mm margin. Is there any way to avoid this?
 
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after set margins to 0, set "borderless printing" or " full bleed printing" at your printer properties

I've been trying for ages to get a header in Excel to print out full bleed,
but can't figure out how; have set margins to 0 but the printout still has a
clear 4 mm margin. Is there any way to avoid this?
 

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