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Hi my Printer  term not sizing my photo printing correctly when trying to print of  6 x 4.  Any suggestions please

 

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@Amababes 

 

Welcome to the HP Community.

 

There are two ways to print an image that does not match the shape of the paper you are using.

 

"Crop" creates even borders around all sides of the printed image / photo.

Parts of the original photo might be cut off when the photo / image is forced into the shape of the paper.

 

"Shrink to Fit" retains the original content and shape of the image.  "Fit" does not force the image into the shape of the paper.  This option can result in uneven borders.

 

NOTE:  The same rules apply to both Border and Borderless prints

 

Example - HP Smart - Windows - Simple Photo Print - 4x6 inches - Border

HP_Smart_W10_Border_Print_4x6_2HP_Smart_W10_Border_Print_4x6_2

 

 

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