• Depending on paper size, the length/width ratio of the paper may be different from that of the image,
making it impossible for the whole image to fit on the paper.
When this happens, crop the image with the application software to match paper size.
• When printing borderless, printing may stop abruptly and the paper will be cut causing a slight color
unevenness on the edges of the paper. If you require exceptionally high quality, in the Roll Paper
Options dialog box select No from the Auto Cut... list. When you do so, the document will be printed
without the left and right margins. After the printed material has exited the printer and has been cut, cut
the upper and lower edges with a pair of scissors.
• When printing borderless on paper with low ink-fixing properties, depending on frequency of use, the
cutter unit may come into contact with the paper surface scratching it and causing the paper to be
You may be able to improve the situation by clicking Specify... on the Main tab and, in the Paper
Detailed Settings dialog box, under Drying Time, set Between Pages to a higher value.
• If you print borderless while Automatically switch paper sources (paper size priority) is on, in the
Page Setup tab, under Borderless Printing Method, you will only be able to select Scale to fit Roll
Paper Width. In such cases, paper roll 1 (the paper roll in the upper tray) will be normally used for
printing. If the size, or the type, of the paper set in roll 1 is not compatible with borderless printing, you
will not be able to print borderless.
• If the following paper is selected for Roll Width, margins may be formed on the left and right of the
document even when borderless printing is set.
• A2/A3 Roll (420.0mm)
• 16 in Roll (406.4mm)
• A3+ Roll (329.0mm)
• 300mm Roll (300.0mm)
• A3/A4 Roll (297.0mm)
• B4 Roll (257.0mm)
• 8 in Roll (203.2mm)
Also, stains may appear on the back of the paper.
• When using applications like Microsoft Word which allow you to set margins, set margins to 0 mm.