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Can I print borderless A4 with HP 5540 envy

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Can I print borderless A4 with HP 5540 envy?

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Hi,

Apologies for jumping in.

 

An HP Envy 5540 printer does support border-less printing, up to A4 paper size, you may find its specifications attached:

ShlomiL_0-1638123657430.png

 

Be aware that border-less printing is supported on Photo Paper only, if you use a Plain Paper you indeed have a minimum margin of 3mm around.

 

When you load supported Photo Paper (220 to 300 GSM wight) and closing the door, be sure to follow the prompt on screen and change the photo type setting of the printer, you must use Photo Paper for such, only thicker media can be used for such.

 

Also make sure to set the driver settings on the computer accordingly with the used Paper Type setting and also set the print job for Border-less printing:

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/ish_2387104-2310812-16

 

Shlomi

 



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There is a 3 mm margin on all 4 sides

 

https://support.hp.com/hr-en/document/c04730912 




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Which model HP Printer can print borderless on A4 paper?

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The one that has Photo in its name e.g. HP ENVY Photo 6xxxxx




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Hi,

Apologies for jumping in.

 

An HP Envy 5540 printer does support border-less printing, up to A4 paper size, you may find its specifications attached:

ShlomiL_0-1638123657430.png

 

Be aware that border-less printing is supported on Photo Paper only, if you use a Plain Paper you indeed have a minimum margin of 3mm around.

 

When you load supported Photo Paper (220 to 300 GSM wight) and closing the door, be sure to follow the prompt on screen and change the photo type setting of the printer, you must use Photo Paper for such, only thicker media can be used for such.

 

Also make sure to set the driver settings on the computer accordingly with the used Paper Type setting and also set the print job for Border-less printing:

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/ish_2387104-2310812-16

 

Shlomi

 



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