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Photosmart 8750 cropping image when printing from Mac OSX 10.7.4 Lion

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Using a Photosmart 8750, trying to print 4:3 aspect ratio photos from IPhoto in OSX 10.7.4 (Lion) from a MacBook, but they come out cropped.  

 

Printing to 4x6 paper, set print size to 4x5.333 to correspond to aspect ratio

 

Using PDF to Preview feature to look at what I'm going to print,see whole image there, but printouts come out missing some of the outside of the image, like it enlarged it slightly.

 

Going crazy, any help would be much appreciated - Thanks!

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Since 4:3 is a different aspect ratio than 4:6, make sure that you do not have "boarderless" selected in either the paper size or print size.

 

In fact, choose 4x6 as the paper size and then 4x3 as the print size (you may need to set a custom size to get this).

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