I have not used my printer in quite some time. (eight months?) When I tried to print a picture, only half of it showed up on the paper with a fade to white. (The "line" runs the long direction on the paper) I then changed the cartridge and the paper after using the cleaner, and it still prints the same. What could be causing this?
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There is nothing wrong with the Printer. The problem is the picture settings that are being used in the graphic software. You have not specified which Graphics or photo software you are using. Therefore I will generally tell you that you have to adjust the size and the dimensions of the photo you are printing. Make the photo small enough that it fits your page. Some graphics software also allow you to crop the photo (which means you zoom on a certain important part of the photo and bite it off and that part is sent for a print to printer). This whole game is in the software. Another important tip is that whatever photo or graphics software you use to print photos, never forget to preview your photo before you send it for printing. The Preview shows you how the overall image will look like after printing.
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