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Synoptic12
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What setting To Use For 8 1/2 x 11 Photo?

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I'd like to print a photo from my HP 4500. What setting do I enable to print 8 1/2 x 11 (Photo). The largest I see is 8x10. A reply is appreciated.

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fruedsxx
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Hi,

 

Good day! happy to help you on this matter.

 

You can try settings below. Letter size is same as 8 1/2x11

 

Setting:

  Paper Size: Letter

  Quality : Best or Max DPI

  Paper Type : HP Photo Paper or Other Photo selection.

 

Hope this helps.

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Thank you very much. I was looking for 8 1/2 x 11, unknowingly that a 'letter' format is the same. I very much appreciate your assistance. The smallest thing aggravated me.

 

* Let me ask a question if I may. There is an issue of printing photos whereas the top gets clipped off when using 'borderless', and if you use 'borders' the photo still gets clipped at the top but not as much. Whether you fit picture to frame or not, it does not make much difference. Could you provide any insight her or should I repost in another post?

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