I am at my wits end. I cannot figure out how to print a simple photo on 4x6 photo paper. The dell manual is useless.....I sure this is due to my lack of experience with this printer, but can somebody tell me how to do this or where to go to find out?
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If you put regular paper in the tray as it is asking does the printer use the regular paper to print the picture? If so, be sure the 4x6 photo paper tray (with photo paper) is pushed all the way in, and when you select print there should be an option (probably hidden in a submenu) to select the photo tray as the paper source. If you are printing from Adobe Acrobat, I have not found a reliable way to get the c6180 to use the photo paper tray.
I hope this helps.
Turn on the Epson 875DC and the attached computer. Make sure the cable between the two devices is securely in place.
Remove any paper that is in the printer's feeder tray. Place the 4x6 photo paper printable side up in the tray, with the support sheet at the bottom of the stack of photo paper. Adjust the paper guides so they are pressed against the margins of the paper.
Open the photos to be printed in your computer software program of choice. When you are ready to print the photos, click on the "File" link at the top of the window, then choose "Print." Click on "Properties" and select "4x6" for the paper size and "Photo Paper" under the paper type. Click "OK" to close the "Properties" window, then click "OK" again to print the photos.
For this concern try pressing "copy+cancel" for media calibration then try again, make sure you have an A4 paper loaded. If this doesnt help you out try using the Kodak website www.kodak.com/go/itg and use "image quality" for class.
it's in the actual print settings. under file go to page settings, you can change it ther for as long as you need to print. Or you can apply it to keep those settings permenant. But if you choose to print a full sheet you will have to change the settings back to letter