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Can i print the image smaller?

  • When I go to print, can I scale my photo down, percentage-wise...or do I have to do that on my photo program?
  • right now the image takes up the entire page.
  • I can't find an option to do so in the advanced settings, am I missing something?
Thanks for the help! -ashley

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  1. Select the 'Page Setup' tab and under 'Printing Type', select 'Scaled Printing'.

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  2. In 'Page Size', select the paper size specified in the application. If you select a size that cannot be selected in your printer, a message will display informing you that the setting has been changed to 'Fit-to-page' printing. Select 'Scaled Printing' again.



  3. In 'Orientation', select the same orientation as specified in the application (either Portrait or Landscape).

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  4. In 'Printer Paper Size', select the paper size loaded in the printer. In 'Scaling', the magnification at which the document will print so as to fit exactly on the output paper size will appear as a reference value.can i print the image smaller? - scalled_printing_%28windows%29_6.gif.net/uploads/images/scalled_printing_%28windows%29_6.gif" alt="scalled_printing_%28windows%29_6.gif" class="h_mi" />

  5. In 'Scaling', specify the percentage. can i print the image smaller? - scalled_printing_%28windows%29_7.gif />
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  6. Click 'OK'.

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