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KM2300 DL Wrong Margins on Mac

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#1 MaryBet82


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Posted 11 March 2015 - 08:01 PM

I have a macbook pro 10.6.8 and a KM2300DL printer that I bought when I used a Windows computer. There wasn't as 2300DL driver for the mac, but via the internet I followed a suggestion to download the driver for the 2430. That worked well - it just doesn't provide all the options I had with my windows driver. I haven't printed on it for a couple of years, but I tried printing recently. It printed OK except it doesn't do the margins right as set in my Word for Mac. It starts printing too low on the page.

I can't find anything in my KM help docs about adjusting margins and I'm kinda thinking it might be some bit of hardware inside the printer that's out of alignment.


Any suggestions on a fix?

mac 10.6 on macbook pro
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