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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the issue here is whether your canon can handle that size of paper. is it running on the manual insert tray?
when you choose paper source, you'll need to identify where the paper is coming from..
of course, up to date drivers are here
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
wat pc do u have? are u using mac? if ur using microsoft try these:
go to ur printer and faxes - right click on ur hp printer icon - select preferences - select printer shortcut tab - select the appropriate size - the click ok. that should solve ur problem
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
SOURCE: My HP Deskjet F2100 All-in-one
just leave your paper type as Plain Paper,
and if your printing out a 5R size photo or photo sizes not exceed on Letter size paper, just leave the paper sizes using Letter,
print on both sides set as OFF.
then just customize the printing quality for a good printing result.
then load or place your photo paper properly on the paper tray to avoid jam.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
You also have to create a form the same size in "server properties".
Click on "printers and faxes"
Click on "file" top left of screen, choose "server properties"
Click on "create new form"
type in width and height of paper
(my HP printer will not recognize any paper less than 5' in height and less than 3" in width)
If your create a form less than 5" in height ' and/or less than 3" in width - chances are that's why your printer won't recognize new form. Height HAS to be at least 5" and width HAS to be at least 3"
type in name of new form
save form and close
It should now be in your printer paper options.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
There is a workaround for this problem by tricking the printer.
The paper sensor, on my printer model hp4500 seems to only sense the paper at the beggining of the print job.
What I did to trick the printer to print on odd size paper is slide the paper adjuster to 8.5 and put a regular white sheet in. Then put your odd size paper under it. When you print your document set the number of copies to 2 and print. The printer is going to sense that the paper is correct, and start the job.
Here is the tricky part... once the first 8.5x11 sheet is almost all the way through quickly slide the paper adjuster over to match the size of your odd width paper. The printer should pick up the odd paper and print the second copy. Fool you printa! You should be able to do batches of odd paper size under the first 8.5X11. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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