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at the very bottm of ur screen u should see the printer icon, right click & cancel all in queue or open up ur active queue & choose the 1 that u want to clear & right click & stop/cancel print job...that has always worked for me....
I've been printing postcards for like five years now. And based on my experience, the best way to go about that is to print postcards using sturdy cardboard stocks coated on both sides for a high-gloss surface. This medium is best for shipping and for advertising purposes.
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Yes, I think that's a better idea.. depending on how many you need, because the cost of your ink in your printer, may be alot more than actually getting them printed professionally by a printing company. It would all depend on how many you need.
Here is your solution to print postcards size..
1.Select your image and press mouse right .
2.Select print and select your printer.
3.There may be many sizes indicate there... but you must select 4x6 or 5x7 as it is postcard size.
4.Now select your paper quality (eg. Photo paper plus glossy )
That is it .... good luck
You must use HP branded glossy paper in this particular printer as recommended by the manufacturer. Because HP ink is much finer than most other inkjet printers, the ink sometimes does not set in properly on generic papers, especially glossy ones, and can smear right off.
Try new paper and get back to me. If you have any other questions, please
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If you using a mac:
After choosing the Photosmart C7200 to print your file on the print preview, change PAPER SIZE to 4x6, then lower down, change from PREVIEW to PAPER TYPE/QUALITY, more options will open underneath, on SOURCE, change from MAIN TRAY to PHOTO TRAY. You should also change the PAPER TYPE to some kind of PHOTO PAPER (whichever one your using, but the standard seems to be HP ADVANCED PHOTO PAPER)
Ok, I too have HP Photosmart 7280 and it was spit'g out a blank page
after each print page. I went into the Control Panel/Printers - Right
click on the HP Photosmart 7200 series icon and choose delete. Don't
worry...just delete it. Right above (Vista) click on Add a Printer - it's going to ask you if you want to add a local printer which is connected via USB connection or if you are set up wireless then choose Network It will find your printer click on the printer hit next - then this is the most important step It will ask you to find the manufacturer it shows Hewlett-Packard and underneath it shows HP - Do not click on HP - you'll have the same problem with that driver - choose Hewlett-Packard and find this driver HP Photosmart C7200 series Version 22.214.171.124 [3/23/07] Hopefully they are all digitally signed with this information. Click on that driver and click next - then click on replace the current driver and click next. Print a test page and problem should be solved. Hope it helped!
I think the card is too heavy or too thick for the machine as when it prints it has to turn the paper. If the card is too rigid it is unable to bend causing a paper jam. Suggestion is to try a less grade of card.