I slide my legal size document into the upper tray and fill the bottom tray with legal size paper, but when I push the black button, it stops copying the paper at the 8 1/2 inch mark. Help, what am I doing incorrectly?
I was trying the same thing and I was sure that somehow in the printer
settings I changed it to legal paper size etc. But I tried this morning
for an hour and couldn't get it to work and then I also tried on the
actual printer in the menu, FINALLY i had a brain wave and went into the
menu on the printer "reduce/enlarge" and went to "custom100%" and
pressed "ok" it printed legal to legal hope this helps b/c there's
nothing worse than knowing it should work and it doesnt want to and if
anyone knows what tray is "tray 2" on the hp 7590 officejet pro let me
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Obviosly your magazine (Place of taking paper) of the printer is set to legal. The lights is lighting, couse the printer is telling you: You want me to print on letter, but I don have any letter, so please confirm that you want me to print on legal. In order to avoid this set the printer to all types of paper available.
This is for a temporary, as needed solution: Press "Menu/Set" button. Select "General Setup". Scroll down and select "Paper Size", find and select "Legal" size. Press Menu/Set button again. Press "Stop/Exit" button. Insert legal size paper to be copied on the feeder tray and put a legal size paper in the Manual slot. Hit "Print" You need to do these same steps again to return the settings to Letter size again.
Max. Document SizeFlatbed:8.5" x 11.7" ADF: 8.5" x 14"
This machine can only copy legal documents if you put them in the sheet feeder, not on the flatbed.
As for the paper supply, the cassette is indeed too small for legal paper. The automatic sheet feeder, however, will handle legal paper. That's the tray in the rear that you use for specialty paper; see page 17 of the Getting Started manual.
If you use the ADF and the rear tray, you can copy legal documents. That may not be as convenient a solution as you were hoping for, but it is better than no solution at all.
Use the settings to select LGL as the paper size. (But note that you have to have legal size paper in the machine)
1. Press the Function key (left side, lower right button)
2. Press the Start/Copy key (right side, lower center button). The display will show USER SETTINGS.
3. Press the Left or Right arrows (right side, upper row) until you see PRINTER SETTINGS in the LCD.
4. Press the Start/Copy key
5. Press the Left or Right arrows until you see PAPER SIZE in the LCD.
6. Press the Start/Copy key
7. Press the Left or Right arrows until you see LGL
8. Press the Start/Copy key
9. Press the Stop key (right side, lower right button).
when you place the letter on the document feeder manually select the paper tray with letter paper in it and auto enlarge.. you will find the enlarge/reduce button at the right side of the bottom icons on the display..
When you say printing? Do you mean from the computer or are you making copies. If you are printing from the computer you need to change the paper size that you are printing to under the printers properties or the out put tray. If you are making copies just hit the reset button or just manually select another paper tray on the display pannel. Or if you have change a paper tray to leagal size change it back to LTR and make sure the paper is installed the correct direction.