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I have 4 x6 printer paper and the printer only shows standard 81/2 by 11

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  • dadb400 Oct 02, 2009

    It turns out that the 4 x 6 photo paper has a extra tab that makes it too long for the paper holder. That causes the printer to jam and not be recognized. Problem solved. But I wonder why HP put the extra length tab on the paper?

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If you use windows photo gallery to print, it will allow you to set the paper size and type, otherwise in your control panel/printers and printing preferences you can set the 4x6 paper size.

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