Question about HP Photosmart 6520 e-All-in-One - multifunction printer / copier / scanne
You should do this through software or an app. Some type of photo editor. There are many to choose from ranging from free to the very pricey Adobe Photoshop. Standard sizes print direct from the printer menu, but custom sizes are not apparently available (from reading the manual online). You can do some editing, such as cropping, direct from the menu, but frankly, if I am going to do anything other than print a standard size with no editing, I always use software or an app for my android. Doing these things directly from the printer never gives me good results. The screen you are looking at on the printer is just too small. I don't even crop this way.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should try updating the drivers for this device. go to hp.com and lookup the drivers and software. this usually restores all functionality and you can also get a manual there too!
Also you arent required to use the HP software alone, google's free Picasa ap is very powerful and lets you maniputlate images with ease, and will work just fine with this printer. My wife and kids learned it right away. Just look up picasa and you'll find it.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
First thing that comes to mind is that a 4x6" print could print four wallet sized photos; be shure your are not printing more than one copy.
If you are trying to print more than one,it will print the actual picure you have and leave space for the number of other nonexistent prints selected.
See page 75 of the Manual. for directions on how to set up photo printing.
If you have photoshop, you can resize your documents using the menu item, Image / Image size, (Alt + i then i again)
Set the resolution to 300, then the document size width to 6 or 10 inches.
This will guarantee that your document is full size, (though the printer should be able to resize it to fit on the page no matter what).
Give these a try. It's really a shot in the dark, but it's my best guess.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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