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Because the paper size of your software like Word is "custom", and the paper size setting of the printer is "ltr", the printer won't print until you change the paper size to "freesize". Change it in "Additional Functions" menu on the printer (Canon D340). (Word will change the paper size setting automatically if you adjust the margins of your paper too far)
Hi there, please reset the printer from printer setting option,then restart it. If you didn't find any resetting option then , uninstall the printer from computer & restart the both (PC & Printer). after that again install the printer and use it. Your problem will solve then. Thanks.
minumum size for the bypass is 3.5x5.5 and max is 11x17
minimum, for the paper trays is 5.75x8.25 and the max is11.5x16.5
so it should run 5.5x14 in the bypass tray
1 load the paper in the bypass tray
2 in the basics screen touch paper
3 select the button for the bypass tray
4 touch change setting
5 select custom size and program the size
On the machines control panel set to sheet fed (pressing the left button will change from Sheet, roll and roll with cut). In the print settings select your paper profile. On the page setup choose sheet. In the pull down menu you should only have basic paper sizes, no custom size. choose 20x30 and try again.
I have a 3100 series HP. On it you select "Properties", then the "Features" tab. On that tab, there is a "Resizing Options" menu item. It has a drop down menu with "Letter", "More...", and "Custom" choices. There you can define the size.
If not open solution center> Setting> Printer Settings> Print settings and you will find a custom option there and then create a new size and give it a name and when you print from any application you will see the new size reflection in the application( i.e Microsoft word or excel) you are trying to print from.
From the computer, open the document to be printed within an application program.
Click on [File] on the toolbar, and then click [Print]. The Print window will be displayed.
Click on the [Properties] button, or the [Printing Preferences] button. The Properties or Printing Preferences window will be displayed.
Click on the [Paper / Quality] tab.
NOTE: Most applications will automatically provide the page size information to the driver. If not, steps 8 - 10 describe how to create a custom page size.
Select the required paper size from the Document Size pull down menu, if available.
If the required custom paper size is not available click on the [My Customer Sizes…] button.
To create a new custom paper size setting click on the [New] button.
In the Name field enter the name to be given to the custom paper size. For example 127 mm x 394 mm (5 in. x 10 in.)
In the Width field enter the width of the custom paper size.
NOTE: The width should always be the short edge of the paper. For example, if the custom size is 127 mm by 394 mm (5 inches by 10 inches), the width must be set to 127 mm (5 inches) regardless of the orientation of the document or the feed method on the printer.
In the Height field enter the height of the custom paper size.
NOTE: The height should always be the long edge of the paper. For example, if the custom size is 127 mm by 394 mm (5 inches by 10 inches), the height must be set to 394 mm (10 inches) regardless of the orientation of the document or the feed method on the printer.
Click on [Save]
Click on [Close].
Select the required paper size from the Document Size pull down menu.
Click on [OK] twice to print
From a Mac OSx:
Click on [File] on the application toolbar, and then click on [Page Setup]. The Page Setup window will be displayed.
From the Printer Description pull-down menu, select the correct PPD file for your printer.
Select the custom paper size for your document from the Paper Size pull-down menu.
If the required custom paper size is not available click on the [Manage Custom Sizes…]. The Custom Page Sizes window will be displayed
To create a new custom paper size setting click on the [+] button.
Double click on [Untitled] and enter the name to be given to the custom paper size.
At the Page Size field enter the width and height of the custom paper size.
There are two different ways to create a custom page size within the Epson printer driver on Windows 2000 or XP. The method you need to use will vary depending on what type of driver is installed.
CREATING A CUSTOM PAPER SIZE IN SERVER PROPERTIES This method will create a new page size accessible by all printer drivers installed in Windows.
1. Open the PRINTERS (2000) or PRINTERS and FAXES (XP) window. 2. Click on FILE, then select SERVER PROPERTIES. 3. On the FORMS tab, place a check beside CREATE A NEW FORM. 4. Input a new name for the paper size. Enter the desired height and width, following the existing format (#.##in). 5. Click SAVE or SAVE FORM to add the new form size to the list, then close SERVER PROPERTIES. 6. Right click on the printer name and left click PRINTING PREFERENCES. 7. Look for PAPER SIZE. (Depending on the driver in use, this will be found on the MAIN tab, the PAPER tab, or under the ADVANCED button). Select your custom paper size from the list. 8. Click APPLY to save this setting, or OK in Windows XP.
NOTE: If your new custom size is not available on the list of preset paper sizes, it indicates that the new size is either too large or too small for the driver in use.
CREATING A CUSTOM PAPER SIZE WITHIN THE EPSON DRIVER This method will create a custom size within the Epson printer driver only.
1. Open the PRINTERS (2000) or PRINTERS AND FAXES (XP) window. 2. Right click your Epson printer name and left click PRINTING PREFERENCES. 3. On the MAIN or PAPER tab, select USER DEFINED from the PAPER SIZE drop down box. 4. Enter the new custom size and give it a name. Click SAVE to save the new size and OK to return to MAIN. 5. Click APPLY to save the changes (OK in Windows XP).