When I print a multiple page document on single sheets, the first page prints correctly but the pages after that start printing too low. What should I do?

  • The difference in print position is usually caused by the page length setting in your software. Most programs have a default page length of 66 lines per page when using 11” continuous paper.

    When you use single sheets, however, the printer automatically provides a small top and bottom margin. Since the top and bottom margins are non-printable areas, the maximum number of lines per page is reduced from 66 to 61 lines per page.

    Many programs have an option to change the number of lines per page. You should change the number of lines per page to 61. If your software offers a selection for “cut-sheet feeder” or “single sheet” (or a similar wording), select that paper type in the software settings.
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