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designjet t2530 - how to print a banner

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HP DesignJet T2530
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I need to print a banner.  3 ft by 6 or close to 6 ft.    How can i print without a seam.    The largest default size i see is Arch E

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rotate the image to verical, then when you set your paper size, use    custom     option   to set the size.

 

36" wide,    73  high    &  portrait  layout....

 

You should be able to print the banner easily.

 

Prior press     print...    make sure image looks perfectly on preview windows.    otherwise    wrong ..

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rotate the image to verical, then when you set your paper size, use    custom     option   to set the size.

 

36" wide,    73  high    &  portrait  layout....

 

You should be able to print the banner easily.

 

Prior press     print...    make sure image looks perfectly on preview windows.    otherwise    wrong ..

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This is the most basic & applys to all other sizes & printers.

 

Carefully setup different sizes according to your media loaded, in order not to waste expensive inks & medias.

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