Use the mpf tray. go to the machine press menu down arrow untll you get to tray settings. right arrow over till u get to paper type...then down arrow till you see paper size...right arrow again till u see tray 1...down arrow till you see mpf..right arrow till you see letter. Now that you are in the mfp section you can down arrow and you will see serveral selections I would keep it at letter. when you select it an * will appear next to letter. Then select menu and you and the printer is set. Now go to the print option in the program that you are using and when the dialog box to print opens select properties. go to paper quality the mpf should be selected in the tray souce. Now go down and you will see the advance button, click on that you will see Paper/Output make sure it says Paper Size and Letter is selected. Media Type should say Plain 1. If the invitations is on a heavier paper like card stock click the down arrow and select Covers 1 . If your paper is coated like matte finish photo paper select Coated 1. Now click ok. Do a test print and see if you get what you want. If not, let me know.--Deeva
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When your print or during the print preview, press the "setup" button. Change the paper size to the desired size like for example 8.5x11, 8.5x13, A4 size and envelope size. Select also the landscape mode not the portrait mode.
You need the driver setings on your pc, select the correct paper type or media type then select the size if this size is not available you can create a custome paper size one the driver but you must take into consideration on how thick is your paper you can set the media thicker setting all this option is available on the printing preference (windows) or print settings (mac).
Sure. One of the papers is probably clay based (Shiny) and one is rag based (rough and dull). Clay based produces the most vibrant inkjet images and rag based produces the best laser printer images. I bet the two papers are different in composition. I see this all the time.
The images need to be re-sized. It's important when re-sizing to keep aspect proportions since a 5x7 print is a vertical or portrait print and a 4x6 is a horizontal or landscape print. Therefore, when re-sizing if you check off keep aspect ratio, you may get either 4" tall or 6" wide but not both or you'll stretch the picture distorting it. Picasa by Google is a good and easy to use photo editing program that should suit your needs and is a free download. Picasa Best of luck with your project and please post back with any other questions. Greg
Sounds to me that the paper tray is set incorrectly. There is a dial on the back of the machine that needs to be set correctly once the paper tray guides are adjusted accordingly -particularly when running 8 1/2 x 11" (letter) size paper. It can be set to run either lengthwise, or laterally (portrait) make sure the dial is set to the proper setting on ALL trays. If the tray is set for lateral, for example, and the paper is installed lengthwise, the scanner only utilizes 8 1/2" in length rather than the full 11". Frequent jamming is also a common problem when making multiple copies, because the paper is not where the machine "expects" it to be. Also check that the LCD display reads the proper size / orientation after adjustment.
Okay, go to your printer folder Start/Printers Right click on your printer (Officejet 6310) and click on Properties. You will see a button near the bottom called Printing Preferences. Here is where you choose your paper. You can make your choice here and choose to make it your default settings (click Apply to make the new paper your default to print your invitations...you will have to change back after). You may change the quality of print and paper type as well since the default setting won't provide the quality of print you desire. From here it's pretty straight forward. Feed your invitations into the paper tray as you would normal paper and try a test print for quality control. Once you've got the desired output, print the rest of your invitations.
Simply set the page layout option to select from printer. Place the cut & proper sized paper in the inlet tray, adjust the sliders so that they just rest lightly against the edge of the paper. Remember only one slider moves and the other one remains fixed to one edge. Click print preview. You might get a message saying paper orientation is not right...should I adjust the printer automatically, click yes and behold it will print in Portrait or landscape mode depending on the matter. If it warns that output does not fit on the media(paper) then select fit to page option.....sodeep
How to print on COM10 envelops from the Bypass tray (PCL6) using a Windows 2000 O/SResolution/ Solution
Fixed! Did not fix.
Resolution Role: Fix
Critical Message: The Envelope must be placed in the Bypass Tray face down (flap side up) and Long Edge IN.
In Microsoft Word (Word 2000)
Under Printing Options, select Portrait (LEF) - Long Edge Feed
As Feed from, select Tray 5 (Bypass)
Within the WorkCentre Pro 123/128 print driver
After opening up the print driver [<Start>, <Settings>, <Printers>, double-click on the WCP 128 PCL6 driver], click on Printing Preferences under the General tab.
Under the Paper/Output tab
Set the following features as follow:
Job Type: Normal Print
Paper Size: COM10
Output Size: Same as Paper Size
Image orientation: Portrait
Image Rotation: OFF
2 sided Print: 1 sided Print
Output destination: Center Output Tray
Offset Stacking: None
Set Paper Source to Tray 5 (Bypass)
Click on Bypass Tray Settings
Paper Type: Heavyweight (1 or 2)
Feed orientation: Portrait
" on Specify Paper Type and select Heavyweight (1 or 2)
" (Apply> and <OK>
" <OK> again
In Microsoft Word under Envelopes and Labels, Click <Print> to send the information to the printer.
Note: This setup represents one way of printing envelopes. Other ways setting up some features in a different manner will work as well.
Solution v220.127.116.11 312637.How to Print on COM10 Envelops From the Bypass Tray (PCL6)2006-04-05 21:57:29
Change the size of the document on word to a standard sized document - such as 8-1/2 x 11. Then when you go to print the documents, set the printing preferences to print on 5x7 paper. That should do the trick.