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Prints image too small

I am using a mac, and when I print any document the size of the image is about 5 by 6.5, and won't print full page. Print preview shows a full page.

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Had the same problem after changing the black ink cartridge tried everything including re-installation, new drivers etc, etc. Problem solved with installation of latest leopard driver (although I'm running Tiger) version 5.83 dated 12/11/07 from link below.

http://software.canon-europe.com/software/0027794.asp?model=

Hope this helps if you've not already binned it because its a nice printer.

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Your actual computer print settings may need re-setting if this makes sense, check your pc's print settings, not just the printers own settings. Yoou can get help with this by going to control panel, printers and faxes, troubleshooting, help and supposrt, and follow links. Did you try specifying the paper type to your printer in properties or settings or selecting fit to page which can override printer default settings. It may be that your printer has a glitch like spyware too, try unplugging all cords, replug and turn on. This will rest it. Sometimes this does the job, and run antispyware etc just to be sure. Some programs have their own "printer" guide, go to printers annd faxes settings to see if you need to select a program specific printer setting.

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