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When I send files to my embosser, the Braille is not contracted, I have huge top and left margins, and the Braille runs over the perforations on my paper. How can I fix this?

The embosser prints exactly what the computer sends. Most Braille translators have both a Print and an Emboss command. Be sure that your file is translated into Braille, and that you are using the translator's Emboss command.

Please note that the Print command in many Braille translators, and in all other Windows programs, is designed to send files to your ink printer, not to your embosser. NEVER use the Print command from any Windows program that isn't a Braille translator to send files to your embosser under any circumstances. Also, do not use the Print command from within your Braille translator to send files to your embosser unless the developer of your translator specifically tells you to do so.