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I am unable to print good photos because margins are unequal around the photos.i am using 4R paper

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Kindly tell me which paper size and image size should i select for even margins.

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Print margins on this printer:

Print Margin Bottom (A4)14.5 mm.57 inch  
Print Margin Left (A4)3 mm.1 inch
Print Margin Right (A4)3 mm.1 inch
Print Margin Top (A4)3 mm.1 inch

 

 

Set print margins at not smaller than .5 inch 

 

Where the software you are using to submit the job supports it,

then

Use Vertical and Horizontal centering to fit the image onto the paper.

 

Exact how-to always depends on your Operating System (not specified) and the software available for that platform.

 

In general, photo viewing / printing software for Windows / Mac OS provide more options than the mobile versions of print software.  

 

What?

Windows software and options are different from Mobile options / software.

 

I do not recognize "4R" paper.

 

Paper Sizes for an exact "fit" must match the shape of the image - this is the Aspect Ratio.

What?

The size and shape of the image must match the size and shape of the paper.

 

Larger paper can be used successfully by centering - the margins are still necessary and can be made larger but not smaller than the minimum supported by the printer hardware.

 

Smaller paper must be at least as wide / tall as the larger side of the image plus the needed margin.

What?  Paper that is too narrow, for example, might require that you "fit", shrink, or crop the image to force it to onto the paper.

 

 

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