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I depends upon what you are printing from. For example, if you are printing from a web page, sometimes there is a selection available on the web site to increase the size.
If the problem is the size that is printing out, I usually do a "cut and paste" of the text from the web page and then paste it onto a blank document page. You can then change the font and/or size of the text.
One other suggestions is in the "printer" settings, select the choice for "no borders" or "no margins" and that will allow the text to expand slightly.
Font type and size are usually set in the document processing application. If it's a word .doc,you set the size in Word. Anything you can paste to Wordpad,highlight the text and set the font size in the toolbar.
I'm assuming you mean a page from the internet... you can cut and paste to a .rtf file (rich text format) if you just want the text, or a Word .doc for all graphics if you need to print right away. I would reinstall the software, and possible try updating the driver from HP or Windows...
Make sure you have the proper drivers installed for the printer, then cut and paste the information into a word processor or similar that accomidates the desired print format.
Finally, change the text size and print.
The issue is not with the printer, but the program you are using to facilitate the print job. If this is a web based program, look for a "Printer Friendly" print option on the site.
Alternately, you may have limited success in changing the text size under "View" in your browser, and try printing with the larger text size selected, and in use. If truncating occurs in the printing, then you will have to cut and paste the text into a manageable format, like a Word Processor program.
Try this !
in the software application you are printing from
Open the document that you want to print.
2. On the File menu, click Print, and then click Setup, Properties, or Preferences.
Look for a Best Mode Setting
this printer has several modes one being draft mode, another one best mode
in best mode the printer uses memory to render the photo you are trying to print. Note that in this mode, printing takes longer and more memory is required from your computer. from page 17 of the hp k5400 user manual
Also you may have to increase the virtual memory of the windows pc to allow the computers hard drive to allocate more hard drive memory to the memory swap file if the computer's ram is not enough to print the photo.
It is a setting in the control panel under system - performance.
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You want to make changes to the printer settings to once again print in Black and White or Grayscale mode by going to Start Menu, Control Panel, Printers. Right click your printer and select Properties. Now make the changes to everything prints Black and White or Grayscale. This will make the change effective system wide as opposed to what you did which was for a single print job in a program.
Now, unfortunately, you will still get an error message that your color cartridges are empty anyway because they are.
To disable the error message do this. Press and Hold the Stop/Reset button for 6 full seconds and then release it?
Use the one Mississippi method of counting.
This will disable the empty cartridge error on most Epson printers.
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