If you find that the project you're printing isn't aligned correctly on the page (for example, the information is printed too high or too far left), you may need to calibrate your printer. Use the Printer Alignment dialog to adjust for minor differences between printers.
NOTE: Make sure that your project paper is feeding correctly into the printer. Slightly crooked sheets can make projects look misaligned.
- Load plain paper into your printer.
- Open the File menu and choose Printer Alignment.
- Click Print Grid to print the alignment grid.
- Fold the printed page into quarters.
- Click in the Grid 1 box and type the number from Grid #1 that crosses the center fold of the paper. To move the printing up on the page, decrease the number in the Grid 1 box.
- Click in the Grid 2 box and type the number from Grid #2 that crosses the center fold of the paper. To move the printing to the left on the page, decrease the number in the Grid 2 box.
- Click OK to save the printer alignment settings.
- To restore the original alignment settings, open the Printer Alignment dialog and click the Default button.