I am trying to make several pictures smaller and print them on the same page.
I want to take several pictures out of my picture folder and print them on the same page. When I do this, I lose part of the picture. I don't want a part of the picture, I want the whole picture only smaller.
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Maybe the pictures are too high a resolution. Meaning they are too big for the printer to capture in it's internal memory. Try resaving the picture smaller and try a re-print. Cameras today take picture in high definition but printers don't usually get sold with a lot of memory. The computer can usually spool up the pictures but again asking the printer to capture and resize the picture1 (800) 448-6262 is usually asking a lot from a printer. Just try resizing a picture to a smaller format then try and print it.
Go to your printers and faxes (xp), or Devices and printers (Win7) folder
Right click on the RX700 and choose Printer Preferences
Select A4 as the paper size
Select Page Layout tab and select Multi-Page and select 4 (default is 2)
Select 4 copies
Alternatively, if you're using Windows, use the Office Picture manger, Picture and fax viewer of the like, and select the multi pictures setting. If you're printing one photo 4 times, remember to select 4 copies, as you're telling the app to print ONE pic in a 1/4 of the A4 page. You need 4 copies to fill the page with the same photo.
When you get lines that usually means a memory problem. Well it usually means the picture is too big for the memory. Try setting the quality down a few notches and see if the picture improves.
sometimes the problem is on the PC end and it is doing to much. Shut down or turn off everything you can before printing.
If you have a really old slow computer it can be a combination of cpu and ram on the pc.
Usuallu turning down the quality fixes this everytime. The advertising is a bit decpetive as you think you can print picture quality on a full size page but in fact it only has enough ram to do it properlly on a much smaller size.
you can reduce picture size using any photo software best is photoshop, you may have microsoft picture viewer, and a lot of soft. Scaner may not let you less then 72dpi to get normal picture for print.
If you go to your Printer properties advanced tab,
or preferences tab, toolbox where ever in your o/s,
main page, paper type, click the little down arrow,
choose from many sizes, at the bottom user defined size, choose your own sizes.
Printers try to fit web pages on a single sheet of paper. If you configure the printer, in the print dialog, not to shrink images and text to fit the paper, it will print on multiple sheets of paper, but the correct size for the images and text.
In a Word document, it depends on what font size you have selected. Most people would rather have the web page print on a single sheet, with smaller images and text than were on the monitor; than tape together multiple sheets for 100% size printout.
You cannot make it better, even if you make it larger. If your goal is to make it smaller, Kodak's EasySHare software will allow you to edit and resave as a smaller file for things like web pages or attachments, for example. Just please understand that less data and smaller file size will also limit the print quality to smaller good quality images.
Really depends on your printer. I am assuming you are using Word. When looking at your documents, go to FILE, PRINT, click on PROPERTIES and then LAYOUT tab. THere is BORDERLESS printing. If you have a laser printer it may not have a problem with this, if you have an inkjet, there are paper rollers in the print that need to hold the paper while printing. As a last resort, I would make a PDF of the doc and swing over to Kinkos or a printing shop and print it off there.