Print string

I try to print this string and for some reason any start-up printer print the text does not appear.

for example, I put in "Harold" to the string and the printer prints a blank sheet of paper

Here is the code:

In my vi, I used the 'simple text report' vi, which has a terminal of enter cluster "margins" in the upper part.  I put all the margins to 0.15.

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