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Download the proper drivers from hp.com - DON"T use standard Windows drivers.
When you have the proper drivers installed, you will find an "Advanced" tab in your "Printing Preferences" where you can set "Ink Volume" and "Dry Time".
Try using less ink and a longer dry time.
Also, make sure you're using photopaper that is designed for "INK JET PRINTERS".
(Laser Jet paper won't work).
Any photo that you print on glossy/semi-gloss paper will be wet as it emerges from the printer (especially ones requiring lots of ink).
You could manualy "catch" each one and set aside to dry, which should only take a minute or two.
Professional printers use a special drying powder and timed spray rig when printing on coated cover stock and glossy materials.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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