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colinp5322
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How can I print an A3 word document onto A4 paper with HP Photosmart Plus?

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I have an A3 MS Word document I want to print onto A4 paper.  i have the HP Photosmart Plus e printer.

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Hi Colinp5322,

 

I'm guessing you are printing from you computer.

Would like you to follow the step below.

 

  • Return to the photo you were trying to print when the issue occurred.
  • Click File , and then click Print . The Print window opens.
  • Click the button that opens the Properties dialog box. Depending on the software program, the button might be Properties , Options , Printer Setup , Printer , or Preferences .
  • Click the tab that provides paper type and size settings. The tab might be Features or Paper/Quality .
  • From the Size is drop-down list, select the paper size that matches your needs.
  • From the Source is drop-down list, select  Tray if it is not already selected.
  • From the Type is drop-down list, select the paper type that matches the paper in the tray.
  • Click OK , and then click OK again to print the photo.
 
Let us know if this helped.
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