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PowerPoint automatically places borders around each slide on the printed handout. To eliminate borders, remove the checkmark from the Frame Slides box in the Print dialog box.
There was no checkmark in the Frame Slides box in the Print dialog box. So there must be another secret.
ok, just a moment
is that HP psc 1300 a borderless printer
just did research
it appears it does have the capability
I don't know.
have your answer here in a moment, checking something out
There will be options in your printer setting to allow you to select print to edge, or borderless printing
go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Printers.
Within the preferences should be an option to select print to edge, or borderless printing
Been there, done that. In fact, there is a box to check for borderless printing, but I can never get it to activiate and it continues to stay gray and uncheckable (is there such a word?). I have tried setting up a custom print for the 10"X7" page size but still can't seem to get the Borderless Printing box to activate.
Alright, I am going to opt-out
I am still waiting for the answer to my question. If Ryan B opt-out, will someone else supply the solution?