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HP Designjet Z3100ps Photo Printer Series - Select margins options

By default, the printer leaves a 5 mm margin between the edges of your image and the edges of the paper (17 mm at the foot of a sheet of paper). However, you can change this behavior in several ways.
  • In the Microsoft Windows driver dialog: Select the Paper/Quality tab and then the Layout button.
  • In the Macintosh OS Print dialog (PostScript driver): Select the Finishing panel and then Layout.
  • In the Macintosh OS Print dialog (PCL driver): Select the Paper Type/Quality panel and then Layout.
  • On the Embedded Web Server's Submit Job page: Select Advanced settings, Paper, Layout/Margins.
You will then see at least some of the following options:
note:
Under Macintosh OS, the available margins options depend on the paper size selected in the Page Setup dialog. For instance, for borderless printing you must select a paper size name that includes the words 'no margins'.
  • Standard: The image will be printed on a page of the size you have selected, with a narrow margin between the edges of the image and the edges of the paper. The image should be small enough to fit between the margins.
  • Oversize: The image will be printed on a page slightly larger than the size you have selected. If you cut off the margins, you will be left with a page of the size you selected, with no margins remaining between your image and the edges of the paper.
  • Clip Contents By Margins: The image will be printed on a page of the size you have selected, with a narrow margin between the edges of the image and the edges of the paper. In this case, if the image is the same size as the page, the printer assumes that the extreme edges of the image are either white or unimportant, and do not need to be printed. This may be useful when your image already contains a border.
  • Borderless: The image will be printed on a page of the size you have selected, with no margins. The image is slightly enlarged to ensure that no margin is left between the edges of the image and the edges of the paper. If you select Automatically by Printer, this enlargement is done automatically. If you select Manually in Application, you must select a custom page size slightly larger than the page on which you intend to print.

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