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I would try and insert the PDF as an image to Powerpoint, crop the image to your desired proportions, scale it up to your preference, then print the Powerpoint slide on A3. Alternately, print the slide to PDF, then print.
There are two basic ways to change the print size of your photos/documents.
1. You can go to file/print or you can press cntrl + p on your keyboard. the print menu will come up. go to properties/features. when it 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.
2. other procedure is to right click on the photo/image and select print. a print wizard will pop up. it will ask you to chose size of images.
First thing to try (and I'm assuming you're attempting to print a photo within HP Image Zone & have already selected the 4x6 photo tray? Hint: can be done via printer, properties, printing shortcuts) is to change the 'more options' directly below where you'd selected the 4x6 image size and then change to 'shrink to fit' vs. the default 'crop to fit'... Additional thoughts includes rotating the image (can be done directly on the preview screen...)
Set your scanner to scan at 600dpi. That will give you a 8x12 image at 300dpi (print quality- your image never needs to be more than 300dpi).
Then use your favourite image editor to crop the image to 8x10. If you don't have a favourite image editor, XNView (free) will do it: http://www.xnview.com/
-Open the image in XNView -Right click on the image, select "Set Selection Ratio --> 5:4" -With your left mouse button, drag a square on the image...this will automatically scale so it chops the unwanted 2" off -When the square is selecting the bit you want to keep, select "Edit --> Crop" -Then we need to change the image from 600dpi to 300 dpi: -Select "Image --> Resize" -Uncheck the "Resample" and "Keep print size" -"Keep ratio" should be checked -Change the 600 in the "Units" box to 300; the setting unit should be "Pixels per Inch" -Print
There basically two approaches to changing the print size of your printer whether D4160 printer or any modern other particularly hp printer. 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. 2.The other procedure is to simply right click on the image and select print. A print wizard pops up. It enables you to chose size of images and automatically fits them into 1 per page, 2 per page or 4 per page depending on how many images you selected in the first place. However this is meant specifically for images/photos. 3.Again you may decide to physically resize them in the application (Word, CorelDraw etc) you are working with before sending print.
Select the 'Page Setup' tab and under 'Printing Type', select 'Scaled Printing'.
'Page Size', select the paper size specified in the application. If you
select a size that cannot be selected in your printer, a message will
display informing you that the setting has been changed to
'Fit-to-page' printing. Select'Scaled Printing' again.
In'Orientation', select the same orientation as specified in the application (either Portrait or Landscape).
'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.
In 'Scaling', specify the percentage. You can select from 20% to 400%.