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When I'm working in CorelDraw and my paper size is A4 (it's shows in the left upper corner) I keep the size of my poster into the limits of my borders/paper. Meanwhile, I have nothing changed in the settings and I go to export my .cdr file :

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it is not centered in the paper as you can see ...

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when im going to print the above RGB file(poster) it is printed all but leaves a big gap at the right of the page of my paper, and at the left side of my paper has no border at all

I do not understand what I am doing wrong. How can I correct the issue?

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Are you exporting with "Selected Only" unchecked? –  cclark413 Apr 4 at 13:03
1. Could you take a screenshot of your workspace so we can see what the document looks like in CorelDRAW? –  Alicja Z Apr 5 at 22:30
2. Are you sure you don't have any white or transparent objects behind the poster (or within the poster group) that stretch out to the right further than the poster itself? –  Alicja Z Apr 5 at 22:31
Maybe it is just me, but second and first images look the same. I'd think instead of being too concerned about whatever difference it is between these that I can't even see looking at it a few times, that you might think more about text sizes and general design issues to make it communicate better. –  Cakey Aug 24 at 3:00

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Check SCALING options before exporting. if you are not sure about scale and really clueless about white band then just group everything on the page by pressing ctrl+A and ctrl+G, double click on RECTANGLE TOOL and then Powerclip (Effects > powerclip > Place Inside Container) the grouped elements into the rectangle. This will hide all overflows.

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