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Saving paper and selecting photo size

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Hi
I’m hoping to find a solution to two infuriatingly seemingly simple tasks for printing images on HPSmart app!

1) Is there a way of printing multiple images on one sheet of paper?

2) Is there a way of selecting preselected common photo sizes, eg 6x4”? I know you can resize them, but there’s no scale or anyway to how big you’re actually making them consistently 

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@DomL17 

 

You are correct - the Mobile version of HP Smart is not nearly as "smart" as the HP Smart for Windows.

 

Using HP Smart for Windows provides an easy method to print more than one photo on a sheet in various selectable sizes.

 

HP Smart for Mobile, not-so-much.

 

I've tested placing photos into a Pages document - still not easily sized though the tools seem SLIGHTLY less cumbersome.  If you can get the photos into the document (try shifting the orientation if the photos don't fit), the document can be printed.

 

Meh.  Shoving photos into a document to print "multiples" is a poor substitute for software that does what you want.

 

HP is aware of the limitations - I would guess when (if) there is a way to add this feature, it will show up at some point.

 

The actual solution is to get a hold of a PC (or even Mac) and use the HP Smart application to print like you want.

 

The workaround is to shove your photos into a document and try to size them as you can do.

 

Final note:  Remember that your printer does not support borderless and requires margins as noted in the Specifications.

 

Minimum print margin, top (A4)
3 mm
Minimum print margin, bottom (A4)
12.7 mm
Minimum print margin, left (A4)
3 mm
Minimum print margin, right (A4)
3 mm

 

 

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When the website support page opens, Select (as available) a Category > Topic > Subtopic

HP DeskJet 2620 All-in-One Printer 

 

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@DomL17 

 

You are correct - the Mobile version of HP Smart is not nearly as "smart" as the HP Smart for Windows.

 

Using HP Smart for Windows provides an easy method to print more than one photo on a sheet in various selectable sizes.

 

HP Smart for Mobile, not-so-much.

 

I've tested placing photos into a Pages document - still not easily sized though the tools seem SLIGHTLY less cumbersome.  If you can get the photos into the document (try shifting the orientation if the photos don't fit), the document can be printed.

 

Meh.  Shoving photos into a document to print "multiples" is a poor substitute for software that does what you want.

 

HP is aware of the limitations - I would guess when (if) there is a way to add this feature, it will show up at some point.

 

The actual solution is to get a hold of a PC (or even Mac) and use the HP Smart application to print like you want.

 

The workaround is to shove your photos into a document and try to size them as you can do.

 

Final note:  Remember that your printer does not support borderless and requires margins as noted in the Specifications.

 

Minimum print margin, top (A4)
3 mm
Minimum print margin, bottom (A4)
12.7 mm
Minimum print margin, left (A4)
3 mm
Minimum print margin, right (A4)
3 mm

 

 

Printer  Home Page - References and Resources – Learn about your Printer  - Solve Problems

 “Things that are your printer”

NOTE:  Content depends on device type and Operating System

Categories:  Alerts, Access to the Print and Scan Doctor (Windows), Warranty Check, HP Drivers / Software / Firmware Updates, How-to Videos, Bulletins/Notices, Lots of How-to Documents, Troubleshooting, User Guides / Manuals, Product Information (Specifications), more

When the website support page opens, Select (as available) a Category > Topic > Subtopic

HP DeskJet 2620 All-in-One Printer 

 

Thank you for participating in our HP Community.

We are a volunteer community workforce dedicated to supporting HP technology

Click Thumbs Up to say Thank You for the help.

If the answer helped resolve your issue, Click "Accept as Solution" .

 

 

Dragon-Fur

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