If you’re wondering why you’re printer is adding a white border around all sides of the page when the design of the printable you’re printing doesn’t have this – it’s because you need to change the settings in your printer menu. Don’t fret – it’s super quick and easy to do! 🙂
How to print printables without a white border (no bleed, borderless)
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Want to try printing borderless on a free printable?
Here’s a screen capture of what settings I chose in my printer menu for your reference 🙂
And here’s what a printable will look like without borders:
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As opposed to with a border
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