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I'm trying to print a 2X2 passport photo, however I don't see passport size in the printers size.

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I'm trying to print a 2X2 passport photo, however I don't see passport size in the printers size.

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There are a few ways to do this.

Use the size of the original photo (in pixels) print the photo at the percentage of 100%.


Both methods shown here assume the printer Full Feature Software is installed.


Method - Use Paint and free tools to calculate the size of the print (percentage of 100% of the original size)


Optional - Check / Calculate Aspect setting

Print at Percentage of 100%

  • Open image in Paint (mspaint)
  • Open File Explorer > navigate to the folder in which the photo / image is stored
  • Right-Click on Photo file > Properties > Details > Note pixels counts (width and height)
  • Optional:  Use Aspect Ratio Calculator to ensure the shape of the photo will fit on the shape and size of the paper you wish to use for the print
  • Optional:  Use Pixels to Print Size Calculator (calculator #2 on the page) to calculate the Pixels to Print Size
  • Use the 3-way Percent Calculator to calculate the percentage of the larger side (width or height) to obtain the percentage of 100 % when printed on your selected paper and at your desired size
  • Print the file using Paint at the calculated percentage of 100%


Example - Paint - Print at Calculated Size



Method - Use Irfanview to print the photo at desired size


Irfanview > Brilliant Free Photo Viewing and Print Software


 Irfanview provides an exceptional software experience that can be used for a variety of scan and print tasks, including the “Mirror” or horizontal flip function plus several other options not found elsewhere.


  • Create a Restore Point (optional, recommended)
  • Download the appropriate version (32bit or 64bit) of the program from the Website and install the program
  • Additional information at the website, including:  FAQ




  • Both 32bit and 64bit versions for Windows are available.
  • Irfanview is also available as an Windows 10 Application from the Microsoft Store


For example,

Irfanview 64bit version – Information and Download

Software and All Plugins for 64bit version:



Includes Plugin for creating Multiple-page PDF files for images (Poster or large paper printing)


Includes access (where available) to Scan with HP Twain > Adjust settings > Save


How to find Help within the Irfanview software


Once installed, open the software > tab Help


Example help entry:

Vertical/Horizontal Flip

  • Click on the Image Menu, then Vertical Flip. The image will turn upside-down. The left/right orientation will stay the same.
  • Click on the Image Menu, then Horizontal Flip. The image will turn side-to-side, as in a mirror.


Note: The effect can be used on a smaller portion (rectangle selection) of an image, as well as the entire image.



Example - Irfanview - Print to Size



References / Resources


Software and drivers for HP ENVY 5544 All-in-One Printer 


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, Manuals > User Guides, Product Information (Specifications), more

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