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HP 7740 How do I reduce to print a 24x36 to 11x17?

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I work on 24x36 architectural drawings and regularly need to print reduced copies to 11x17.

I see nothing in the print set up / Paper Quality/ Layout / Advanced tabs to do enlarged or reduced printing from one size to another.   Where is this setting?

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Hi,

The printer driver does not offer any resize options.

 

There are many applications that allow resizing a print job (such as Adobe Reader, Google Chrome as an example), but this is an application related not offered by any application, and not something which can be done by the printer driver in any way.

 

Shlomi



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That is insane that HP does not have resizing.  What sort of crap engineering is that?  

Good grief.  

It can obviously be done by printer drivers since Canon and Epson somehow magically figured out how to "print to page size".  

Thanks for taking the time to answer, but HP has to get their head out [content removed] and fix this. 

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