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Never used L7680 before. Hve put in a memory card. How do I get pictures on my PC and print them?

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Basically, you can print any images in your PC to L7680 if it is directly connected and installed to your PC. You can also do this through network.

However, if your printer is not connected to your PC yet (stand alone) and you want to print your photos, you need to copy your photos first from your PC to your memory card through a Card Reader if your PC don't have a Memory Card Slot.

With your L7680 printer, you get more options when printing photos using the built-in card readers. For example, you can print a scannable photo proof sheet that lets you bubble in which photos you want printed, decide how many copies of each, and choose a layout. Once you've made your choices, simply scan the sheet, and the printer will fulfill your print job.

Aside from that feature, the photo-printing options are roughly the same as those offered by other HP printers with built-in media card readers. You can choose to print all or select individual images. If you have a lot of photos on a card, you can zoom out to a nine-image view that lets you get through the contents of the card quickly.

Some features are a bit buried, though; for example, the print-all option can only be accessed once you've chosen a photo. It makes more sense to offer that feature at the top level of the photo menu.

Just insert the memory card and you printer will scan and display the photos in there. It will display them at its 2.4-inch color LCD display.

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