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Canon mx300 printer dont know how to enlarge/decrease photostat

How do i change margins or increase/decrease size of print

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  • ladorado2000 Jan 03, 2009

    Printer is printing smaller size fonts than what is on computer. How do I make the size of print larger on the printer?

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    how do you enlarge the print size on a dell all in one a24 printer

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Had several other problems with my new canon mx-300 printer. trouble with word perfect and scanner Phoned Canon tech who brushed me off saying trouble was with my driver and not compatible with my computer. Returning it to the store tomorrow and going to pick up a HP
printer somewhere else..

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