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Scale to fit media

Cannot manage to make scale to fit media feature worked with previously cropped photos

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This usally happens with some programs like MS Paint use another photo program like MS photo editor or one that allows you to see the image

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    John Jan 23, 2009

    I am not sure what you mean to print photos I use MS Photo Editor and then i can see the photo on the page as I want to print it If I need to put 2-3 photos on a page I use MS Word or Publisher then I can drag the corners of the photos to make bigger or smaller and when the are on the page as I want to print them I print I have 5 printers and they are on my network and this seems to work for me

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1. Go to file/print or simply do ctrl P on your keyboard. The print menu pops up. Go to properties/features. When the features tab opens look for resizing options. Under resizing options you will see print at actual size and scale to paper size. Select scale to paper size and list box will activated. Select the paper size to scale to from the list. If you are not familiar with paper sizes then this list introduction should do. The conventional official paper size is A4, half of that is A5, and half of that is A6.
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3. Again you may decide to physically resize them in the application (Word, CorelDraw etc) you are working with before sending print.

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

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

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  6. Click 'OK'.

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