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Printing image files on 8.5 x 11 paper

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I have been trying to figure out how to just print on regular paper (using an android tablet, galaxy 10.1). It seems that this is not possible. Im having a hard time believing that I can't print an image file to regular paper. Please say I am wrong or this printer is going back to the store.

 

I have tried doing the file as an attachment, it wants to use photo paper.

I have tried including the image in the body of the e-mail, nothing prints and my online account shows a "system error" for the print job.

 

Any help will be appriciated.

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Hi cjbechtel,

 

Which printer do you have?  I am assuming that you have a printer with a separate photo tray.  If that is so, than ePrinting an image file as an attachment will automatically default to the photo tray. However, you can download the HP iPrint Photo app from the Android Market. This app will allow you to choose which tray to send the print job, but the tablet will have to be on the same network as the printer in order to use this app.

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