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I'm attempting to print some images from my Canon i9950 printer, and keep getting frustrated from getting prints that don't fit the media as I would like.
For example is there a way to fill a 6x4 card or A4 card with the image even after it has been cropped?
Looking at my printer's properties section there is an option for borderless printing. I'm assuming that is what I need to tick?
Forgive me for being dim, but I don't do any printing on regular basis, so my grey cells keep forgetting.
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You don't mention what OS your using, but if it's XP, I use the printing wizard within explorer, select your image you want printing and just follow the wizard, works for me every time what ever the size.
do use XP.
Another dumb question, how do I bring the printing wizard while in Photoshop CS?
I thank you for your reply.
Frank, IMHO, don't use CS for the printing, just print your image from XP explorer, It'll allow you to print A3, A4, A5 ( two images to A4 ) and 4/9/36 images to an A4 sheet
I'll give it a go.
Quote: For example is there a way to fill a 6x4 card or A4 card with the image even after it has been cropped?
Not if you've cropped it to a ratio that doesn't fit those sizes. For instance 6x4 crop won't fill an A4 page as they aren't the same ratio.
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