After some difficulty i was able to print photos from photo cards using thumb nails and picking photos to print. now the photos are grainy terrible i went through the cleaning process and all is good. pictures still lousy
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You will find most printing options are in the menu associated with the actual page that you load your photos on , this can sometimes be a matter of clicking the right mouse button but it will depend on what program you are viewing your photos in , if you had loaded your photos into windows folder called pictures you would click that then open that file and it would show you all of your photos (usually as small thumb nails) and if you click on a photo using your right mouse button it will then show a menu and ask what program do you want to use to open to view each photo "open with " if you scroll to that option the black arrow will show "photo viewer " if you select that option in the top bar above the photo it will say PRINT click on that and follow your way through the options to allow you to print . to sum it up load your photos into windows pictures folder open it click on a photo with right mouse button , open in photo viewer look for print click on that
usually, if not all almost all printers allow you to set printing preferences before you print. 1. In windows, when you are about to print a document or photo, click preferences then you should be able to change printing quality. Usually, printers have radio buttons(option
buttons to select best "text","best quality", "photo quality" and "best photo quality". Just selct your preferences then click ok, then print. 2. If printing photos, there will be a warning to use photo paper instead of the usual paper. 3. Did this answer your question?
Hi, this printer is "clever" in that you don't adjust the thickness setting it does it itself.
It does this based on the paper type you set in the printer properties, see the table below for the different types of paper it will accept & the setting you need to use.
For this paper
Select this paper type setting
Plain paper, sheets
Epson Premium Ink Jet Plain Paper
Epson Bright White Ink Jet Paper
Epson Ultra Glossy Photo Paper
Epson Ultra Glossy
Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper
Epson Premium Glossy
Epson Premium Semigloss Photo Paper
Epson Premium Semigloss
Epson Glossy Photo Paper
Epson Matte Paper - Heavyweight
Epson Double-Sided Matte Paper
Epson Photo Quality Ink Jet Cards
Epson Photo Quality Ink Jet
Epson Photo Stickers
Epson Photo Stickers
Envelope Hope this is of help.
Had similar problem with my HP printer. Used cotton swab, soaked in rubbing alcohol, on all the rubber rollers. My printer has a removable back panel that gives better access to the rollers. May have to apply the alcohol several times to remove buildup and to help restore roller "grip".
In the printer settings choose the type of paper, card, or the various photo papers that are listed. This must be selected to get the best quality for each project you are doing weather it is just normal text or quality photos, the both require different print settings. Usually by using the automatic setting does handle most settings but dont bank on it.
just leave your paper type as Plain Paper, and if your printing out a
5R size photo or photo sizes not exceed on Letter size paper, just
leave the paper sizes using Letter, print on both sides set as OFF.
then just customize the printing quality for a good printing result.
then load or place your photo paper properly on the paper tray to avoid jam.
Below are the various sizes and types of paper supported by your printer. Make sure you donnot load the tray beyond the maximum limit , otherwise the rollers may not pull the paper correctly
• Letter* • Legal • B5 • A4 • A5 • 3x6 • 4x6 • L • 2L • 5x7 • Hagaki • 10x15 cm • 13x18 cm 25 greeting cards, index cards, postcards, or photo cards • The print side of the cards faces up. • The cards are centered on the paper support, in between the left and right paper guides. • The paper guide rests against the left edge of the cards. • You select Normal or Photo print quality. 25 sheets of photo or glossy paper • The glossy side of the paper faces up. • The paper is centered on the paper support, in between the left and right paper guides. • You select Normal or Photo print quality. • The paper is loaded vertically against the right side of the paper support. 10 iron-on transfers • You follow the loading instructions on the packaging. • The blank side of the transfer faces up. • The transfer is centered on the paper support, in between the left and right paper guides. • You select Normal or Photo print quality. NOTE: For best results, iron-on transfers should be fed one sheet at a time. 50 transparencies • The rough side of the transparencies faces up. • The transparencies are centered on the paper support, in between the left and right paper guides. NOTE: You can load a single transparency into the paper support without removing plain paper. • You select Normal or Photo print quality
Yes the HP Deskjet D2360 will print pics. If you want to print photo quality, make sure your ink cartridges are in good shape and obtain photo quality paper.
You can actually print pictures on almost all printer paper but if you want a good result, I would suggest you look online for inkjet photo A4 photo paper.
Paper can be obtained in a number of finishes. For example Glossy, Silk, Matt and so on. If you just want reasonable quality for a school project or something, then a good quality non photo paper may be good enough for you.
Paper also comes in different thickness or weights. This is determined by the paper's GSM. For example: 80gsm is normal photocopier paper. A good quality photo paper would be 140gsm or 160gsm. When looking for paper online you'll see the GSM shown. It really is your personal choice. There are heaps of suppliers on the internet. Amazon do a good range.
You can also set your printer for various levels of quality. A rule of thumb is, the bettter the quality, the more ink you will use.
If you want to find out more about your printer, visit http.www.hp.com then look for your particular model.
keep checking the HP site for an updated Driver for your printer, but why not use an online photo printing service like Walgreens or Walmart, You can't possibly print photos at home cheaper than they can, and this way you get actual photographs back.