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Re: Printing size is too big.
Hi there This is only some thing you can try it may work. Solution 1:
1. Press and hold "left arrow" key 2. Press the "setup" key and release both keys 3. Press and release the "OK" button 4. Press and release the right arrow button until the display says “System Configuration Menu”. 2. Press and release the “OK” button. 5. Display should say “Hardware failure status”. If not there already, Arrow Key over to “Hardware failure status”, 6. Press and release the “OK” button. 7. Display should say “Hardware failure status: Clear. Press OK to clear”. 8. Press and release the “OK” Button. Message changes to “Hardware failure status Cleared. Press Cancel to continue”. 9. Press and release the “CANCEL” button as many times as necessary, so that, either the “Welcome to Photosmart Express” screen appears, or, the “Ink System Failure” screen appears. PLEASE DO NOT TRY TO PRINT AT THIS STAGE. 10. Using the Power Button, turn the unit OFF and unplug the power cable from back of the printer and wall outlet. 11. Wait 30 seconds for the power to get discharged and then plug the power cable into the wall outlet first and then into the back of the printer 12. Turn the unit on. The printer may display message “USE POWER BUTTON TO SHUTDOWN THE PRINTER” followed by “PRESS OK TO CONTINUE”. Press OK. 13. If the printer has already initialized, then go to the next step. If not, the printer will start the “ONE TIME INK INITIALIZATION PROCESS”. Allow this process to complete and do not interrupt. Once the initialization process is complete, the printer will print out a Diagnostic Page. 14. To verify printer functionality print a SELF TEST PAGE. If SELF TEST prints, then printer is ready for use or Software Installation. 15. If the error is still there, or reoccurs the printer is already defective. Solution 2: 1.Press the On button to turn the printer off. 2.Unplug the power cord from the back of the printer. 3.Remove all the ink cartridges. 4.Wait two minutes. 5.Plug the power cord into the back of the printer. 6.Press the On button to turn the printer on. 7.Install the ink cartridges when prompted. Please come back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one so I will keep on helping.
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Assuming you're referring to the print size of the fonts - letters ..... or the size of the printed page ...
If you're printing from your computer, you'll need to change the size of the font (to a larger font size) on your document before you print, or adjust the print Properties ... to fit to page, or magnify the size of a small document ...
If you're printing a pdf file, you can specify the size of the document using the enlarge (%) before you send it to the printer
First make sure there really is no invisible spacing around the images that are loaded to ONYX, Colorburst, whichever you use. Is the media you are printing being fed to a take-up-reel, and are you using a tension bar? These all are likely causes. This problem is printer side I'm positive. I have 2 Epson GS6000 printers myself, and this happens often where after printing for a few days the sizes might start increasing. You may need to go to the printer settings: PAPER SETUP - PAPER FEED ADJUST - LINE FEED ADJUST *It will then print some measuring lines that in my case are always close to 19 1/2 inches. *You will also see on the display a option to adjust numbers *If the sizes on both marks aren't exact 19 1/2 inches each, you need to add or subtract that amount, and then convert it to millimeters. This is the number you need to enter into the printer. Press Enter on the printer to submit. The next test print you do should be exact size you need.
Before printing try using print preview first and adjust yur settings from there. Or go into control panel select printers and reset to default settings, restart your computer and try again. Good luck.
The printer prints whatever it's told to by the computer. Your printer really doesn't control the fonts.
When you are printing stuff from the internet (web pages, email, etc.) the reason for the small print is that it is related to the size of the monitor and it's viewing setup (the higher the screen resolution, the smaller the print will be when printing it out even though it looks good on the monitor).
One way you can make the print larger when printing internet stuff & emails is by changing the print view size on the screen to a larger size in your web browser (this is separate from your other setting you've already setup). Go to the menu bar at the top (i.e. Internet Explorer), click on "View," then "Text Size" then select a size like "Larger" or "Largest" (something higher than what you're currently set to.)
Another method is to go to your menu bar at the top of your web browser, click on "File" then "Print Preview". At the top of the window there should be a small window with "Shrink To Fit" in it. Click the arrow for a drop down list and choose something probably above 90% or more (maybe 100 or 125%) and see how it changes the print size of what is to be printed out.
The only other method is to copy & paste the text into a text editing software like Word and adjust the text size there. If you're using a text program, then you simply adjust the size of the text to a 12 or 14 point, or larger, font size (adjust depending on the font and size you need) and that should do the trick.
One way would be to have the Presto account manager choose the largest size font. But if that is not big enough, you could ask the email sender to create the message in Microsoft Word, or other word processor, and then save it as a PDF and attach it to the cover email. It will print from the Presto Printing Mailbox exactly as it was created in the PDF.
Scanner will scan actual size only. If you need smaller or big sized print, select appropriate size and use 'fit' command before printing. With Raster Editing software, you can create another Image which is smaller or bigger.
It depends on what you are printing, but generally this needs to be adjusted in the software you are using. If you print pictures or photos, you have to find an option to scale the printout up, either during printing, or beforehand. If you print PDF documents, in the Print dialog box there is an option to "fit printer margins" or "auto-adjust to printer size" or something to that effect in every PDF reader application. If however the document is formatted for your paper size it will not be scaled, and if it's formatted for an even bigger sheet size, it will scale down the printout. If you print documents from Word, there's no easy way to make the printout bigger - you can change the font size to a larger one in the whole text, but chances are, that this will ruin the text formatting. In Excel there is an option to scale everything by a given percentage, which will automatically tile the table into as many sheets as necessary. and then the area will be printed on as many paper sheets as necessary to get There's no one solution, unless your printer driver has an option to do a fixed scaling - but this will usually be sensible only for enlarging printouts that occupy a smaller area on paper, and you want them to use the maximum paper area. I'm sorry, but you have to experiment a bit to get the hang of it. Good luck!
On the page to be printed. Click File > then click on Print > Click Properties to check Paper Size for printing output. Or you can go to Print Preview first adjust the settings/properties in there before clicking on Print for the final print/output.