SRA3 printout is not same size but slightly smaller
The MPT printing is faultless but when I print using Tray1 with SRA3size sheets it always prints slightly smaller. I have tried printing from different software (Quark8, Photoshop, and Freehand) and the outcome is the same.
I've had this printer for 5 years and this has only just started to happen.
I use Mac OSX 10.5.6
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Re: SRA3 printout is not same size but slightly smaller
Phaser 7300 Printer: Turn metric defaults on using the printer's front panel
The Printer's Configuration Page will show that Tray (1-5) is loaded with Tabloid Extra instead of SRA3. To have the image scaled to SRA3 instead of Tabloid Extra, turn On Metric Defaults at the Printer's Front Panel.
You can switch Metric Defaults On or Off at the Printer's Front Panel as follows:
With Menus highlighted, press the OK button.
Select the Printer Setup Menu by pressing the Down or Up Arrow button.
Press the OK button.
Select the Reset Printer Setup Menu by pressing the Down or Up Arrow button.
Press the OK button.
Select Metric Defaults by pressing the Down or Up Arrow button.
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Sounds like the printer is set up to print a smaller size paper than the sheet size you are actually using. Measure your paper size, then go into the printer settings and choose the sheet size that matches.
when we want to print from email then
there is a print button within email if self probably right side of email which one is opened
a small print symbol is there try with these button
it opens a new widows from which good print can done
Go to menu, in tray tray behaving tray1 select as unless paper load,in tray2 page size as any size.. while giving print command select printer properties, goto paper/quality select paper source automatic or tray2 & shoot print command & check... # if you are not selected tray 1 as unless paper load, it will ask paper to load after command reached to it. # if you are not selected tray2 as any paper size, defined paper size only it will allow to print..any paper size it will print with out questing you..
It depends on what you are printing, but generally this needs to be adjusted in the software you are using. If you print pictures or photos, you have to find an option to scale the printout up, either during printing, or beforehand. If you print PDF documents, in the Print dialog box there is an option to "fit printer margins" or "auto-adjust to printer size" or something to that effect in every PDF reader application. If however the document is formatted for your paper size it will not be scaled, and if it's formatted for an even bigger sheet size, it will scale down the printout. If you print documents from Word, there's no easy way to make the printout bigger - you can change the font size to a larger one in the whole text, but chances are, that this will ruin the text formatting. In Excel there is an option to scale everything by a given percentage, which will automatically tile the table into as many sheets as necessary. and then the area will be printed on as many paper sheets as necessary to get There's no one solution, unless your printer driver has an option to do a fixed scaling - but this will usually be sensible only for enlarging printouts that occupy a smaller area on paper, and you want them to use the maximum paper area. I'm sorry, but you have to experiment a bit to get the hang of it. Good luck!
Printers try to fit web pages on a single sheet of paper. If you configure the printer, in the print dialog, not to shrink images and text to fit the paper, it will print on multiple sheets of paper, but the correct size for the images and text.
In a Word document, it depends on what font size you have selected. Most people would rather have the web page print on a single sheet, with smaller images and text than were on the monitor; than tape together multiple sheets for 100% size printout.
Click File > Print > Properties to check your settings.
To verify that tray 1 is working, put paper in tray 1. Press green
check until you see Information Menu. Scroll using arrows until you see
Print Menu Map then press green check. If it prints from tray 1, your
problem is not with the printer, but with the PC settings.
i has follow this step, but need to press green check button to resume print menu map.
tray 1 manual feed set to A4 paper plain size manual feed is on. there is paper on tray 1 ps setting tray1 manual feed is A4 plain size paper.
send print to tray1 manual feed even there is paper at tray 1 i still need go to the printer and press green check button to resume print