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You use the Copy button to get to Reduce/Enlarge. It will offer different sizes (i.e. actual size, full page 91%, custom 100%, etc.) you enter OK at the Custom 100%, then you can enter whatever % you want up to 400. I hope this helps.
The option for enlarging copies on any printer are usually found under the "properties", or, "preference" tab/button. There should be sub-tab that says "scaling" that is defaulted at 100 percent. Increasing that number enlarges the copy.
You have scanned it and now you are wanting to print it larger? All print drivers vary slightly, however, you should have an option after selecting "print" and depending upon the file type (Jpeg, PDF, Etc.) to select "Printing Preferences" or "Properties", and look for options like "Add/Change" custom settings", or "page setup" or something like that, and then there should be an option to enlarge, or maybe another option such as "finishing", and then "custom size". as I said Depending on the driver the "exact" steps can vary.