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How do you change the print size on the Hp office jet 4650

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How to you change the print size on the office jet 4650

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@Alice1212

 

Print size, including the size of the fonts, is adjusted within the application / program you use to submit the job to the printer.

 

Change the "view" of the webpage:

 

PC

Ctrl +    (Control key and Plus key at the same time > page contents larger)

Ctrl -     (Control key and Dash key together > page contents smaller)

Ctrl 0    (Control key and 0 (zero) > reset page to Default)

 

 

Examples of using Print Preview

 

Firefox – Percentage of 100 or Shrink to Fit

 

Firefox > File > [Print] > Print Preview >>

Page Setup > tab Format & Options (wording varies)

Scale: > Percentage options OR Shrink to Fit

 

 

Internet Explorer > File > Print Preview >

Shrink to Fit > Fit the page contents to paper

OR

Internet Explorer > File > Page Setup >

UNCHECK Enable Shrink to Fit >>   Set page contents at 100%

 

 

Edge Browser (Windows 10)

 

Open Edge browser > open your URL / webpage > Settings (three dots, upper right) > Print > More Settings

 

 

Reference:

Dragon Document - Help, suggestions, and examples:

Manage Print Output with Print Preview

 

 

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