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Go to your printer list, right click on the printer you are going to use, click Properties and look for "reverse image"

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How do I do mirror (or reverse) printing for a t-shirt transfer? Thanks.


If you are printing text only, you can create it using wordart in word and then use rotate or flip command to reverse the text.
If you are printing a JPG with text, the easiest way will be to use photoshop to edit the image and add text if desired, then use the mirror utility, The picture and text get reversed and the transfer is printed in reverse to become "positive" when you iron it on the Tshirt.

hope this helps.

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HOW DO I PRINT MIRROR IMAGE ON MY CANON MP560????


There isn't a selection for mirror image, however, if you select "t-shirt transfer" in the printer properties, it will automatically print it as a mirror image, ready for transfer.

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My printer jammed when I tried to print a Tshirt transfer.


Most Tshirt transfer paper is fairly thick you could try a different brand and double check that you are printing on the transfer paper not the thin separtion sheets used to stop the paper sticking together.

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How print iron on transfers


Yes, you need to "MIRROR" the image. Go to printer properties and select the ADVANCED TAB. Click on the MIRROR setting then print onto the transfer paper. The image should print out backwards like you are looking at it in a mirror. When you iron it onto a shirt, it will come out correct.

Jun 17, 2009 | HP Officejet Pro L7680 All-In-One Printer

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I WANT TO PRINT MIRROR IMAGE ONTO MEDIA FOR A T-SHIRT


Hi I am Vortash if you want a mirror image of anything you print all you have to do is reverse it in the picture or the writings you are printing .. most good graphic/ paint programs will allow you to do this Paint shop pro to name but just one and Coral ?
So If you want the picture on your t-shirt the right way round after transfer just select mirror image before you start your print run .. Regards Vortash

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How do I select mirror image (reverse image) from HP Photsmart


When you select Print and the Print window opens, select Preferences.

Click on the Advanced tab. Look for the "Mirror Image" option. It should be "Off". If you click on "Off" the drop down menu should appear to change it to "On". Click "OK" at the bottom. Then click "Print" on the Print window.

Don't forget to change it back when you are done. :-)

(Note: If the Mirror Image option is not on the Advanced tab, look on the Effects tab.)

Apr 22, 2009 | HP Photosmart C7280 Laser Printer

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Printing dark tshirt transfers - can't override the flipped image


Hello I think I can help you. I Would not use T shirt transfer when you make up your print I would select poster print or any other form that does not automatically reverse the image. The reason your software is designed to do this is on the regular transfer paper your laying the image down on the shirt, so for it to come out right it has to be reversed. With the dark T shirt transfer paper your peeling off the backing and putting the image face up on the T Shirt.

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Printing a mirror image


try to print as T-Shirt transfer - the printer automatically mirrors the printout then

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Mirror image


Printing Iron-on Transfers
Load the iron-on transfers.

With your document open, click File, then Print. The Print dialog box appears.

In the Print dialog box, click Properties, Preferences (or Options).

Select a print quality:
In the Print Properties dialog box, click the Quality/Copies tab.
From the Quality/Speed area, select Normal or Better.

Select a paper type:
In the Print Properties dialog box, click the Paper Setup tab.
From the Type area, select Iron-on Transfer.

If your software program does not have mirror or iron-on settings, select a print layout:
In the Print Properties dialog box, click the Print Layout tab.
From the Layout area, select Mirror.
Click OK.

To print your iron-on transfers, click OK.

NOTE: To prevent smudging, remove each iron-on transfer as it exits the printer and then let it dry before stacking.

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