How to edit printing margins in photoshop cs5

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I'm having problems when I print my images in photoshop cs5. Even if I select center image in the print preview dialog box the images still print off centered to page. I know the printable margins are set so the paper is shifted to the left, but I dont know how I can adjust it so the page can be more centered for better printing alignment. I'm including an image so you now what I'm talking about, because everyone I talk to only shows me how to center images in photoshop work space which I already know how to do...I'm looking to learn how to adjust the black printing margin in the print preview dialog box so that the image can be more centered.
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David Dobish, Senior QE Photoshop

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The printing margins (the black line) are controlled by the printer and the printer driver. There's nothing Photoshop can do to change them. There might be a way to control the margins in the printer properties - you can get to that via the "Print Settings" button.