PHOTOSHOP CS6 - Mysterious Circle That Prints Without My Permission

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When I print out an invitation file that I created there is a circle that shows up on what I printed but on the computer there is no circle visible. It's a thin circle about an inch and a half big and it is black. It doesn't seem to be a layer that I am overlooking but I cannot figure out how to get rid of this stubborn circle. Please help!!
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Kerrie DiStanlo

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Chris Cox

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Which Adobe product are you using?
Which version?
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Kerrie DiStanlo

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I'm new to the whole Photoshop thing, I think it's CS6
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Chris Cox

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I haven't heard of anyone else with this problem.
If the item doesn't appear in your document, then it has to be created in the print process. Is it a crop mark, CMYK alignment target, or just a circle?

Also, always check the obvious: that something isn't already printed on your paper supply.

Then check all the settings in the Photoshop print dialog (turning off crop marks and CMYK alignment targets).

Then check all the settings in your printer driver dialog.

Also, check with the printer maker for updated printer driver software.
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I will try your suggestions, I appreciate the help!