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Won't take in my photo paper!

Please help! My printer takes in regular paper but not the photo paper I have always used! I don't know what to do!

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  • 4Angyls Mar 19, 2008

    I usually use a Kodak Soft-gloss or matte everyday photo paper. I will try your way to see if that works better. Thank you

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Hi dear

I had to reread your first post the mention of what to do with all the photo paper. I see you mean that you don't use matte photo paper you use matte heavy weight paper. I guess I mean that as a question! That is the only thing that works for me with no smearing problems. I haven't found one that is thick enough for a good feel. I used an avery matte paper that has a coating for photo but it just feels very light. Doesn't smear and looks sharp but very light weight. What brand do you use ?

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ok,thanks


cropp

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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