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Scale problems, too big for paper size!

Ive got the paper size correct but the printer wont scale the image correctly when it prints--HELP!

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I'm not real familiar with Kodak printers but on the ones that I am familiar with, you set the scaling via the printer driver.

Can you please tell me exactly what you are trying to do and what you are getting.

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figure:Select Scaled Printing for Page Layout on the Page Setup tab
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figure:Printer Paper Size on the Page Setup tab
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figure:Scaling on the Page Setup tab
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