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The pic shows the result when the ADesign file is sent to be printed directly.  The darker outlines of each character (set on the Character tab, under Decorations) are all displaced a little on the right hand side leaving white space.  When the file was exported to a pdf it printed as intended (and shown on the screen) with no misalignments

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21 minutes ago, Subclavius said:

Here it is.  I'm curious to see what you find.

Nothing wrong I would say. File prints wrong on my side too. Converting the text to curves would be a workaround or printing from a PDF. AD or better the print engine seems to be unable to compute such large font sizes correctly.

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Hello @Subclavius

May I ask on which printer this was printed? 
I printed the file on my inkjet printer (Epson XP-7100) on DIN A4, scanned it and enlarged it 6 times. Some of my inner margins are also white, but not as much as in your picture.

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