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Can't change the size of the photo manually when printing

I can't change the size to specific dimensions. I used to be able to, but can't remember how. I can only choose the existing sizes.

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You should try updating the drivers for this device. go to hp.com and lookup the drivers and software. this usually restores all functionality and you can also get a manual there too!

Also you arent required to use the HP software alone, google's free Picasa ap is very powerful and lets you maniputlate images with ease, and will work just fine with this printer. My wife and kids learned it right away. Just look up picasa and you'll find it.

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