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How do I increase the print size on my Deskjet 3520?

How do I change the size of the printing?

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Re: How do I increase the print size on my Deskjet 3520?

Hi,

 

Which application are use using ? You can increase or decrease size before sending a print job from many applications.

 

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Re: How do I increase the print size on my Deskjet 3520?

I am using windows 7 and my hp3520 printer is suddenly printing everything in very tiny font, Icannot find a solution , can anyone help?

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Re: How do I increase the print size on my Deskjet 3520?

Hello Twapaul,

Are you printing from the same program for all of the print jobs that have very small font? If so, the issue may be with the program that you are using to print from.  If not, you might try the Print and Scan Doctor - see how here.  

 

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Re: How do I increase the print size on my Deskjet 3520?

I have seen some instances where small print is related to the browser you are using, that occurred when printing from the browser.

In those cases switching to Internet Explorer for the web sites you needed to print from resolved the issue.

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