3520e DeskJet prints too big of top margin or reduced size image

HP DJ 3520e on Win7 64-bit.

The 3520e DeskJet printer works fine, but it prints with too great a margin. If I reinstall the printer using Win7 driver, it has good top margin and size, but it lacks two-sided. The problem is especially annoying when I try to print from InDesign CS5.

In other programs, the HP printer driver prints the picture at a reduced size.

If you try to double-sided, then you will need to manually duplex items of the correct margins. Here is a post I made about why it happens. It is a problem with the mechanics and not with the software.


I hope this is the information that you need!

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