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halwho
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How can I enlarge while copying? using deskjet 6700, offline

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I can't find any option while setting up to copy that enlarges.

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Hi,

 

This is extracted from page #43 of its manual:

 

Change copy settings
You can customize copy jobs using the various settings available from the printer's control panel, including the following:
• Number of copies
• Copy paper size
• Copy paper type
• Copy speed or quality
• Lighter/Darker settings
• Resizing originals to fit on different paper sizes

 

You can use these settings for single copy jobs, or you can save settings to be used as
defaults for future jobs.


To change copy settings for a single job
1. Touch Copy.
2. Select the copy function settings you want to change.
3. Touch Start Black or Start Color.

 

To save the current settings as defaults for future jobs
1. Touch Copy.
2. Make any changes to the copy function settings, and then touch Settings.
3. Touch (down arrow), and then select Set As New Defaults.
4. Touch Yes, change defaults, and then select Done.

 

Hope this helps.

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halwho
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Thanks for the reply and interest.  I saw that same section of the user guide, and repeatedly tried it.  There is no option to specify the percentage of original size.

 

Previous versions of this all-in-one had enlarging function built in, but I cannot find a way to do this easily.

 

I ended up scanning it in as a jpeg, displaying the picture on my win7 system, asking to edit it, doing a crop, then asking to fill the page as I printed it.  What a pain.

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When you select to resize a copy, you have to hit the right arrow on the front panel to find the other copy resize options. One of the options should be custom, which will allow you to change the percentage.
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The answer given online presumes when you put your finger on the "resize" setting there are options. There are no options it only says 100% with no arrow or other method to try to enlarge the copy. 

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The answer given online presumes when you put your finger on the "resize" setting there are options. There are no options it only says 100% with no arrow or other method to try to enlarge the copy. This obviously was no help.

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To reduce/enlarge go to Settings; Resize; Custom size & you'll be able to change the size.


@halwho wrote:

Thanks for the reply and interest.  I saw that same section of the user guide, and repeatedly tried it.  There is no option to specify the percentage of original size.

 

Previous versions of this all-in-one had enlarging function built in, but I cannot find a way to do this easily.

 

I ended up scanning it in as a jpeg, displaying the picture on my win7 system, asking to edit it, doing a crop, then asking to fill the page as I printed it.  What a pain.


 

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