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Sizing the photo

When I set up my photo to be a 5X7 or and 8X10 or whatever, and then I print it, the size is always altered. I've tried making the canvas be the size of the paper, then making the image the desired proportions but it still alters the size. How can I get the P 400 to print the actual size of the photo?

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Unfortunately, the P400 seems to have its own set of sizes. The printer will give a print close to the size selected. (This is really noticeable with the perferated psper.) The situation is no different with the P440.

Posted on Mar 25, 2007

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