Question about HP Photosmart C7280 Printer
Check if you are using Windows Photogallery to print or some other application...
If not windows photogallery then right click on any of your picture, click on properties
Click on 'Change' next to open with select windows photogallery from the list
Click apply then Ok
Open the photo after that, click on print and on the window which opens up, click on the Options which is at right hand bottom corner A pop up windows would open up, click on printer properties and select the quality from Automatic to best Select the size of paper that you are using Then go to the advanced tab on the same window at the top and check the box which say maximum DPI Then try to print
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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