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How do I print a 4'x6' picture on 4'x6' printer paper? Where do I insert the photo paper?

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The paper goes in the same place as your letter paper, you have to adjust the paper guides down to the smaller size to fit the paper.

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To properly lay the 4 X 6 in paper in the tray, please follow the steps below:
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  • Use the photo paper outline on the bottom of the tray to help you position your paper.
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I am trying to print 4 x 6 photos, and have set all of the settings to 4 x6, but I the printer keeps printing part of the photo on the entire 4 x 6 area of the paper. Could you help please!!! Thank you.


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You should be able to do this in print preferences. Open up your general printer box by clicking on Print. Select print preferences then page setup then select page size and a list of sizes will appear just select 4x6 and then paper type, press print and you have done it.

You might be able to get a manual from the Canon website or 'google' for the one you want.

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I need your help please.


Make sure you are using the paper that come under the specifications of the printer (102 x 153 mm (4 x 6 inches) for a Photo Paper). Though you are using the correct paper and you are getting the same message, then just set the paper type as "Plain" and try to print from the photo paper. It works in most of the cases


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