By default, the page margins in Microsoft Office Word 2007 are set to 1-inch borders all around the page. These margins are customizable and can be widened, narrowed or eliminated altogether by using the "Custom Margins" dialog to adjust the edges of the document. Once your margins have been adjusted, you can send your document to your printer for borderless printing.
Things You'll Need
- Microsoft Office Word 2007
Click the "Page Layout" tab on the Office Ribbon.
Press the "Margins" button in the "Page Setup" group. Select "Custom Margins" from the bottom of the "Margins" menu.
Adjust the "Top," "Left," "Bottom" and "Right" options to "0." Make sure "Whole Document" is selected in the "Apply To" drop-down box. Press "Ok" to apply the new margins to your document.
Select "Print" from the "Office Button" menu. Select your printer and print the document.
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