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You do not specify what Epson Printer you are using. I have an Epson WorkStation. The Document Format in the Principal (Main) tab of the printer parameters lists among other format, a personalized (custom) format where you can choose the dimensions in mm or inches.
DPI (Dots Per Inch) is an output specification, used when printing photos. As such, it has no meaning to the camera when taking photos. You can make 4x6 and 8x10 prints of the same photo and they'll have different DPI settings even though they're exactly the same photo.
The camera provides no means for setting arbitrary DPI settings. You set it when making a print. In addition, many photo editing program will give you a means of setting the DPI value without having to print.
Sorry but your question seems to be unclear.
Here are the solutions that I see:
- try fixing the orientation of your paper on the printer:
-- go to printer "properties" then select "paper" then set it to
landscape or portrait. You might just have to cut the extra
- try changing the paper size on the printer "properties" if it has
no 4x6 then choose "custom size"