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T120
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

I installed my new T120 today and have attempted to print a 24"x96" poster with no success. 

 

The images were scanned on at 12"x48" and when I would have them printed at the store, they would resize to 200%.  I have not been able to print out a full poster and am just wasting paper trying to figure it out. 

 

I have used the Printing Options to change the page size to 24" x 96" and also tried Auto Rotate from roll width.  I changed the layout to Portrait manually and that also didn't help.  I've tried "fit picture to frame" checked and unchecked. 

 

So far when I make what I think are appropriate changes to the settings, I've managed to print: a mini-print (2.5" width), a small print (4" width), a medium print (8" width), an extreme close up that is correct in width but only the middle part of the print, or a large roll of just blank paper. 

 

I do not currently have an Adobe like product and am just attempting to print from the original .tiff scan

 

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Hi there,

 

In the driver set the page size as the size of your image page I think 12" x 48" then in the Layout/Output tab and in the resizing box select either fit to roll or A1 or 200%

 

 

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Hi there,

 

In the driver set the page size as the size of your image page I think 12" x 48" then in the Layout/Output tab and in the resizing box select either fit to roll or A1 or 200%

 

 

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Thank you!!!! I would have never figured that out on my own.  Worked awesome.

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