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My HP C7200 printer won't print from the photo tray

I changed the settings on my computer for the printer to print 4X6 from the photo tray, but when I send the job to the printer, the printer wants to print from the main tray on full-sized paper. This is driving me crazy!

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  • Freddif Feb 28, 2009

    I have the same problem, this printer worked fine with Photoshop on my Windows XP, but now that I'm using a Mac it will only print on regular paper and I've lost the HP printing dialog box. On paper size it sometimes only lists letter and envelope sizes not 4x6. Also, I can't find anything listing photo tray, or defining the type of paper. Does anyone know what's wrong?

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2009

    have been working on this for days.  Printer always says printer out of paper.  It will not go to 4x6 tray. 

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If you using a mac: After choosing the Photosmart C7200 to print your file on the print preview, change PAPER SIZE to 4x6, then lower down, change from PREVIEW to PAPER TYPE/QUALITY, more options will open underneath, on SOURCE, change from MAIN TRAY to PHOTO TRAY. You should also change the PAPER TYPE to some kind of PHOTO PAPER (whichever one your using, but the standard seems to be HP ADVANCED PHOTO PAPER)

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If using a mac, after you click on print, a second print window will come up. There should be a drop down window at the bottom (mine always says "iPhoto" in this window) and if you click on the down arrow you should see an option to change the "Paper Type/Quality". Click on this and change the "Source" from Main Tray to Photo Tray. Good Luck!!

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