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Easiest thing to try first is your printer settings, where you should be able to select the exact paper size (8.5x11,legal, 4x6, 5x7, etc.). You also may need to look at the 'resize' options (fit to page, print as is, etc.). You can usually easily get to printer settings by using menu bar command File-->Print , then selecting the [Printer Properties] or [Properties] button in the pop-up print menu.
Hi, you cant enlarge the font for the internet directly to the printer, Alternative option copy and paste the file or pictures to word format so that you can change the size of the font and resize the pictures. thanks.,
before you print, select all the text and resize it to a higher number (say from 12 point to 14 point) then print, (but dont save). that may help. The problem is, your resolution is larger than the actual size of the item, so you are getting a 'magnified' look at the screen. So anything normal on screen will be smaller when printed.
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.
You can enlarge photos from the Print Dialogue box. Just select the % you want it to be, like 120% or 200% if you want to double the size. The problem with that is the resolution won't be the same. If you use a Mac, then enlarge it in iPhoto by selecting your picture and choose Export from the File menu. Select the kind(like JPEG, etc.) then Size, and then Custom. From there you can resize it and export a copy on your desktop for printing.