why does my printer not print a full page of general ledger

Full page on General ledger does not print. It only prints out three columns

Paid, Amount, Balance columns

how can i get it to print all


Hello jabellm,

You've got me now. I'm here to help with your printing concern. 

This may have something to do with the Qbprint.qbp file (which handles data lines for forms, such as invoices). When you print a form, QuickBooks Desktop pulls the form settings from Qbprint.qbp and uses them in printing your general ledger for instance. 

Printing issues can be fixed by ensuring that QuickBooks is updated to the latest release. Once updated, download and run the QuickBooks Print and PDF Repair Tool. The tool automatically renames the QBprint.qbp file automatically. 

You can also check out this article for more options that can help resolve the issue: Resolve Problems Saving as PDF, Printing, or Emailing out of QuickBooks Desktop (PDF tool).

Don't hesitate to let me know how it goes by leaving a comment below. I'll get right back to you to help you further. 

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