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Printing 4 X 6 photos

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When I try to print a 4 X 6 photo, in the upper 4X6 tray, the HP 7520 only prints from the bottom tray.  How di I get it to print from the small tray? 

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@LennyT1

 

Welcome to the HP Community Forum.

 

Tell the Printing Preferences what you are doing.

 

Control Panel > icon view > Devices and Printers > Right-Click your Printer >

Printing Preferences > tab Paper / Quality >>

Paper Source > Main Tray OR Photo Tray

 

 

The following might be helpful:

Printing Preferences

 

Print – Five Methods: Photos Creations, Windows Photo Viewer, Word, Paint, HP Connected

 

See the section titled:

 Printing Photos with Windows Photo Viewer for Windows

 

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HI,

 

1. Check the Printer Tray Settings

2. Looking at your problem, It seems the bottom tray(Tray1/Auto) is the default.

3. CHange the Tray or Paper source  setting to "Photo Tray"

4. Now Try Printing, jobs should be printed from Photo Tray.

 

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