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Cannot Create Custom Page Size

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I am trying to print standard foldable note cards with an overall size 6.25" x 9.25". Have tried everything on the HP website and others but cannot get the custom size to show in my print setup. Have updated the driver also, but no luck. Help! Am really trying to finish a project within the next several days.

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Cannot Create Custom Page Size

Not all HP drivers are able to use custom paper sizes.

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Cannot Create Custom Page Size



Have you created your Custom paper size form?


Creating Custom Paper Sizes



Once created, the form is added to the printer software "paper size" list.


If the form is not available, try restarting the printer.


Custom forms (apparently) do not show up in every program used for printing.  For example, a member reported several days ago that she could not use the custom form in -- it is unclear how the Stamps software works (no one that reponded to her inquiry uses the software) and it remained unclear why the software could not use / see / detect the form.



I can offer the following (though it obviously may not apply to your situation):


Dragon Document – Collection of Help, suggestions, and examples:

Printing Labels_Business-Cards_Cards

Print Labels, Business Cards, Cards, Booklet

Topics / Subjects include:

  • Preparation and Setup
  • Labels, Cards, and Business Cards
    • Office Word
    • HP Photo Creations and Avery Templates
    • Avery Design and Print (through Windows 10) and Mac
    • Avery Wizard for Word (through Windows 😎
  • Print Booklet
    • Links to help documents
    • Foxit Reader - Booklet
    • Adobe Reader - Booklet


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