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When printing the 4 by 6 pictures

When I print the four by six pictures I choose the no border option but when the finished picture comes out it still doesn't fill the entire sheet it prints like there is a border I don't know what to do to fix it so please help

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Re: When printing the 4 by 6 pictures


I have a 5300, but I've had this issue also. I think if you make sure to select the option that says Print One Photo Per Page (at the bottom below all of the size options), it removes the White Border. There is another option there, but I can't remember what it says at the moment - I'm at work.

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