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Meopta magnifax 3a photographic enlarger manual

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Hi, Is this happening on the flatbed or the ADF?

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SOURCE: how to enlarge print on copier

To enlarge or reduce a printed document by specifying a percentage, select 'Scaled Printing'.
Access the printing preferences by opening the printer Properties/ Preferences.Click here and follow instructions in this document.

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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SOURCE: reducing/enlarging on Canon MP 160

The only option I see that comes close to this is the "fit to page" option described on page 35 in the manual. Apparently, it detects the size of the original and enlarges it to fit on the paper size selected. Otherwise, I see no options for enlarging or reducing while copying.

Posted on May 13, 2008

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SOURCE: can't find "enlarge/reduce copy"

Scaled printing To enlarge or reduce a printed document by specifying a percentage, select 'Scaled Printing'. You cannot use this setting with borderless printing.

  1. Access the printing preferences by opening the printer Properties/ Preferences.

    For Windows Vista
    • Click/ Select 'Start' from the bottom left of the Windows screen, 'ControlPanel', 'Hardware and Sound', and then click on 'Printers'. Note: If you are in 'Classic' view, Click 'Printers' directly from the 'Control Panel'.
    • Click your right mouse button on the listing for your printer, and then select 'Properties' from the menu that appears.
    For Windows XP Home Edition
    • Click/ Select 'Start' from the bottom left of the Windows screen, 'ControlPanel,' 'Printers and Other Hardware,' and 'Printers and Faxes.'
    • Click your right mouse button on the listing for your printer, and then select 'Properties' from the menu that appears.

    For Windows XP Professional Edition
    • Click 'Start' from the bottom left of the Windows screen, and 'Printers and Faxes.'
    • Click your right mouse button on the listing for your printer, and then select 'Properties' from the menu that appears.

    For Windows 2000/Me/98
    • Click / Select 'Start' from the bottom left of the Windows screen, and 'Settings,' then 'Printers.'
    • Click your right mouse button on the listing for your printer, and then select 'Properties' from the menu that appears.

  2. Select the 'Page Setup' tab and under 'Printing Type', select 'Scaled Printing'.

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  3. In'Page Size', select the paper size specified in the application. If youselect a size that cannot be selected in your printer, a message willdisplay informing you that the setting has been changed to'Fit-to-page' printing. Select 'Scaled Printing' again.

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  4. In 'Orientation', select the same orientation as specified in the application (either Portrait or Landscape).

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  5. In'Printer Paper Size', select the paper size loaded in the printer. In'Scaling', the magnification at which the document will print so as tofit exactly on the output paper size will appear as a reference value.

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  6. In 'Scaling', specify the percentage. You can select from 20% to 400%.

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  7. Click 'OK'.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue.
Please be aware that you can freely access Canon's online support solutions site by clicking here

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Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I enlarge a page so I can read it?

There's no option to enlarge the font or text of what you are printing from the Internet. What you need to do is to copy the page that you would like to print and then paste it in a Word document.

From the Word document, there's an option for you to change the font size and color.

Have a great day!

Posted on Dec 05, 2009

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