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Set up printing size for printer

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HP ENVY 4502
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

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Hi @Bonnie3,

 

Thanks for visiting the HP Support Forums! 🙂 I see you are interested in setting printing sizes for your HP Envy 4502 on your Computer running the Windows 10 Operating system.

 

I imagine you are talking about the Printing Preferences, you can start here: Changing the Print Settings in Windows

 

If there was something else you were looking for, please leave me with the following information:

 

1. What printing size would you like to change?

 

2. How is the printer connected USB or Wireless?

 

3. Have you recently upgraded to the Windows 10 OS, did you also update the printer software and drivers?

 

I hope this helps, I will watch for you reply.

HevnLgh
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