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Passport size photo

Want to print size 2.5cmx3.5cm photo printing settings

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SOURCE: how do i increase print size

Save the picture to your computer, go to paint, select it, enlarge it, and print it. If you found this helpful, post a solution or something and say this was helpful.
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SOURCE: Set up to print on Canon Glossy Photo Cards?

Try it:

 

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SOURCE: 4 x 6 photo printing

http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&fcategoryid=184&modelid=11864#SupportDetailAct

Posted on Jan 08, 2008

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SOURCE: printing steps for 4x6 size photo paper

Try this :

1) Within your application click on FILE and PRINT

2) Depending on the application in use, you may see either "Printer" or "Format for". Ensure your printer name is selected here instead of "Any Printer".

3) Click the up/down arrows next to COPIES and PAGES to see all the available setting options:

A) COPIES AND PAGES

Allows you to select how many copies you want and if you want to print all pages, selected pages or a specific page.

B) LAYOUT

Adjust the way the image is displayed on the media for multiple page printing.

C) SCHEDULER

Allows options for when to print a job, such as specific time or to hold the jobs, and the priority of the job to be printed for networked machines.

D) PAPER HANDLING

More page options, such as even or odd pages only, and reverse print order.

E)COLORSYNC

Connects to color options managed by the ColorSync Utility.

F) COVER PAGE

Provides the option of including a cover page or not with your prints.

G) PRINT SETTINGS

Select your MEDIA TYPE and INK. You can also create and save CUSTOM SETTINGS through this area.

H) COLOR MANAGEMENT

Adjusts BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, SATURATION, and INK balance. Also gives ability to allow COLORSYNC to control all printer colors.

I) EXTENSION SETTINGS

Provides the option for printing on thick paper and envelopes * This option may not be present with all models.

K) SUMMARY

Details settings chosen in other options.

After making the changes appropriate to your set up and print job, click on PRINT.

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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SOURCE: settings for printing a borderless 8x10 on a canon i9900

Downloaded following program for Vista and was able to print borderless pictures on Canoni9900

Easy-PhotoPrint EX Ver.2.0.3 (Windows Vista/Vista64/XP/2000)
http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=SupportDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=232&modelid=9870#DownloadDetailAct

Posted on May 25, 2009

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