Your margins are quite small Some of your content may have been cut. Printer problem Resolution

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When printing documents by word or stand out you may encounter an error message that says "Your margins are quite small". If you encounter a similar problem when printing an image or document, follow these simple solutions to fix the problem.

Initial solutions

1. Follow these simple steps to reset the printer.

for. First, turn off the printer and unplug the entire power cord from the electrical outlet.


second. Wait a minute.


C. Hence, press “Hold the power button on the printer for a while.

re. While holding down the power button, reconnect the printer cable to the electrical wall outlet.

myself. Release the power button as the printer starts up.

When the printer is changed to 'NEL', it tries to print the document again.

2. Restart the system and try printing the problem file again.

If the workarounds didn't help, follow these solutions to fix the problem.

Solution 1: Use the maximum printable area

The main reason behind this problem is that you are trying to print a document that exceeds the minimum margin limit, which varies from printer to printer. To fix it automatically, follow these steps:

1. Open the document word file that addresses this problem.

2. When the document has been opened, click on "Design“In the menu bar.

3. Now click on "Edges".

4. Now, at the bottom of the drop-down window, click on “Personalized margins ...".

5. In the Page Setup window in the 'Edges', set all margins to "0".


6. When done, click on "ok".


7. As soon as you click on "ok“, A message will appear referring to the minimum margin requirements.

8. Click on 'Repair".

9. Now, in the 'Margins', you will notice that the top and bottom margins have been automatically set to the minimum value.

10. Click on 'ok".

Now you can easily print the document. The margin error message will surely disappear.

Solution 2: Change the page size to A4

Changing the page size to A4 will definitely solve the problem.

1. Press Tasto Windows + S and write "Printers and scanners".

2. Now, in the elevated search results window, click on “Printers and scanners".

3. On the right side of the Settings window, click on the printing device you are using (in this case, it is the "Serie HP DJ 1110").


4. Now click on "Manage".

5. Now click on "Printer properties“To access the printer settings.

6. In the Printer Properties window, go to the "AdvancedEyelash ".

7. In the Advanced tab, click "Default print".

8. Now go to "DesignEyelash ".

9. Here you have to click on the button "Advanced ...".


10. Now, click on the drop-down menu next to 'Paper size:'.

11. Select "A4“From the list of available sizes.

12. Finally, click on "ok“To save the change.

Close the settings window.

Try printing the document again.

Solution 3: export the document to pdf and print it

Sometimes exporting the document as a PDF can work for you.

1. Open the document word file you are having this problem with.

2. When the document has been opened, click on "Home“In the menu bar.

3. Now click on "Export".

4. Then, on the right side, click on “Crea PDF / XPS".

5. Name the pdf as you like and choose a location on disk to store the pdf.

6. Click on 'To publish".

As soon as I clicked on that 'To publish', the pdf file will automatically open in Adobe Acrobat Reader format. If not, you can open automatically, open the pdf manually.

7. In the Adobe Acrobat Player window, click "archive".

8. Now click on "Print".

9. Finally, in the lower right corner, click on "Print”To start the print operation.

The print operation will start and the margin error will no longer bother you.

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