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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to your printer properties and play around with the options you are given. You may find an option for paper quality: photo paper, print quality in which you can choose from the options from economical to best printing to photo printing. This may solve the highlights and shadows if your printer is set to print regular business copies.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
for printing multiple photos in different layouts, photoshop might not be the best program.
You can howerver do it, here is how:
Open a new document with the preset letter (if your printer prints letter format) or Din A4 (if it prints A4 pages).
Open the three (or more, or less =) photos, so that you have four windows in photoshop (one is the blank page)
now with the move tool (tool palette -> top left corner) drag and drop the photos onto the blank page you created.
They might be too big (or too small). In order to change that, hit strg-T (if youre mac thats apple-T).
This will show a frame around the photo, where you can drag the corners to enlarge or shrink the photo. Hold down shift while doing that so the picture stays in proportion (youll see what i mean).
When the pic is the right size, hit the okay button on top of the workspace or just hit enter.
arrange your photos and hit File->Print with Preview (or something like that)
Now you can see how the printer is going to print the page.
If its cut of, youll have to go to Page Setup and set it to Landscape mode (or Portrait)
When you hit okay, Photoshop might tell you that the printer will cut off edges of your picture. This usually isnt true because the edges of your page should be white anyways (most printers dont print to the border of the page, so calculate 1,5 cm or so)
so just hit proceed and print
I hope this wasnt too complicated, come back with more questions if you want =)
also, be sure to try picasa from google for organizing photos (i think you can print from there too)
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Here is a link to the driver you need.
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Posted on May 12, 2009
Go To Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore. Select "restore my computer to an earlier date". Look at the LIST of Restore points. Find the DATE when this "Security Update" was installed and Select the last date before it was installed and Follow the "Wizard" to Restore it to BEFORE the Update you think CHanged Things. Too many variables to figure out without seeing it to determine what was changed but that will correct the situation and you will not loose anything.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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