Is there a way I can trick my printer into using the whole page? It's a HP PSC 2210xi All-In-One.
Thanks - Kevin
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Edited by kr580, 22 May 2006 - 05:45 AM.
The only place I could find to change the paper size is in the 'Page Setup'. When I configure the page in Photoshop (what i'm using) it just uses the normal Page Setup window through XP, not a in-program feature. And my printer doesn't have an option to change the page size, only on through 'Page Setup'.
Did you change the paper size on the printer and whatever you are using to copy the image to
Does the printer have a borderless option
Irfanview has stretch to page in print options
The plug ins are useful
I tried a test with the Irfanview and it came out with the same margins anyway so that's not a fixer.
As long as you are close, you won't notice what Irfanview does
If you click printers and faxes, right click the printer, click printer preferences, paper size should be an option
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