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My hp printer is printing my papers in very small letters, how can I change the size of the print?

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Go to specification menu and increase the size of the font.

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Make sure paper size you set is correct...For example if you take the print on A4 size paper and page size you set is "Letter" the the font will be small.

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Well the printer is telling you to load "Legal Size paper, which is 8.5" X 14" paper.

More than likely, the application you are using is telling the printer to print the page on legal sized paper.

If you want the document to print on "Letter sized paper (8.5" X 11") then in the application, go to the File drop down and select "Page Setup". From within page setup's window, change the paper size to letter and then re-print the job.

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Paper out message, wanting A4 size


Hi rmfgco2009
A4 paper is 8.3"x11.7" OR 210x297
Letter size is 8.5"x11" OR 216x279

So your paper is called LETTER size not A4
What you have to do is;
  1. On the LCD display of the printer, through the SETUP, change the paper size from A4 to LETTER. Save the settings and Exit.
  2. Also, From the Control Panel, printers, properties, preferences, features change the paper size to LETTER. This step can be done from EXCEl also through the printer menu.
  3. You may need to Turn the printer off and on again.
Hope this will work for you. If this solution is helpful, please give a rating.
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How do I change the default paper size from Letter to A4 in my HP Officejet Pro 8500 Wireless?


Don't set by using the "Print" option.
Go to [Start]
[Printers and Faxes]
right-click on the HP Printer entry
! Don't select "Printing Preferences"! from there
Select [properties]
Select [Advanced] tab
Select [Printing Defaults]
[Advanced}
(I know, the screen looks the same, but it functions differently this way)
Change paper size to "Letter"
[OK, OK, OK]
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Whenever i change paper size from A4 to letter,


Don't set by using the "Print" option.
Go to [Start]
[Printers and Faxes]
right-click on the HP printer entry
! Don't select "Printing Preferences"! from there
Select [properties]
Select [Advanced] tab
Select [Printing Defaults]
[Advanced}
(I know, the screen looks the same, but it functions differently this way)
Change paper size to "Letter"
[OK, OK, OK]
*done*







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Load A4


A4 is for european size, if you are printing on a letter size this is a mismatched.
you need to change your files printer properties to A4 or letter size, or change your printer paper size.
better yet cancel this document and send it again , this time by checking the printer properties was set to your desired paper size

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My HP Deskjet F2100 All-in-one printer/scanner will not print a photo which is only post card size at less than A4 size when I use photo paper. It prints the correct size when I use plain paper.


just leave your paper type as Plain Paper,
and if your printing out a 5R size photo or photo sizes not exceed on Letter size paper, just leave the paper sizes using Letter,
print on both sides set as OFF.
then just customize the printing quality for a good printing result.
then load or place your photo paper properly on the paper tray to avoid jam.


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Tray output


You should configure TRAY 1 as Legal only.
and Tray 2 as plain letter.

Specially when you specify from what tray/paper type to print.

This can be easily configured from the Printer Properties within the Printers and Faxes section of the Control Panel.

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check document paper size, sounds like you have changed paper size on print driver but what of the document you are trying to print? what size is that? is it still letter or have you set page size also to 4 x 6

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