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HP PSC 1210 All-in-One printer

Since I changed from Windows XP to Windows Vista, the Fit-to-Page button on my printer does not work. It doesn't fit anything to the page, it just puts the print in the middle of the page withoug enlarging the print like it used to do when I had Windows XP. I hope you have a solution to this problem, it is very frustrating. Thank you in advance for any help you will give me. Barbara

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  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2008

    i lost the cd for programing

  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2008

    Hi, is the HP PSC 1210 all in one printer compatable with Windows Vista Home Premium? I also have a Cannon S200SP printer and downloaded the disk to my window vista laptop, it is reading it and saying it is printing but it does not print, and even though I am online it reads that it is offline - please help, I don't want to have to buy another printer Kind regards Angela

  • t_derrel May 04, 2008

    hp director is noy compatible why

  • jjm25 May 20, 2008

    I lost my CD to Install and im trying to find a site were I can download one can you help

  • Anonymous Jul 12, 2008

    same as the others

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Hey I know a way to solve this I tried once and it work I dont know how but go to hp.com and download the hp psc 1500 all-in-one complete program and try with that if that doesnt work let me know my email is [email protected]...

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Send driver for me thanks.

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I dont have a disc for my 1210xi printer can someone help me

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Can't load m y printer driver on vista need to scan to my com puter

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Did you upgrade the printer driver also ? If not, download from here: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00808543&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&product=90764&lang=en

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Issue: "The selected paper size is not supported by your printer..." appears after selecting the Paper Size in the printer driver.

Solution: Use Fit-to-Page Printing (Windows)

Use Fit-to-Page Printing (Windows) The Fit-to-Page function automatically resizes the image to fit the size of the page being used. Letter size image data, for example, will automatically be printed on 4" x 6" size paper. Paper sizes larger than the printer can handle will be available on the Page Setup of the printer driver but will not print unless the Fit-to-Page function is enabled. Note: The Fit-to-Page Printing function is not available when Borderless Printing is selected.
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    • Click your right mouse button on the listing for your printer, and then select 'Preferences' from the menu that appears.

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    • Click 'Start' from the bottom left of the Windows screen, and 'Printers and Faxes.'
    • Click your right mouse button on the listing for your printer, and then select 'Preferences' from the menu that appears.

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    • Click / Select 'Start' from the bottom left of the Windows screen, and 'Settings,' then 'Printers.'
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  2. Click the Page Setup tab.

  3. Specify the 'Fit-to-Page Printing' settings.


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    (2) Select the size of original document created in application program. Paper sizes larger than the printer can handle will be available.

    (3) Select the actual size of print media.

  4. Click 'OK'.


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