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Student
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how to put in 4x6 photo paper into HP photosmart 5520 e-all-in-one printer

can someone help me? I'm trying to put 4x6 photo paper into my HP photosmart e-all-in-one printer so that I can print out a photo that I put into my laptop computer hooked up to my photosmart printer. I can do 8x11 regular paper, but I have no instructions on where or how to put in 4x6 sized photo paper.

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Provost
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Re: how to put in 4x6 photo paper into HP photosmart 5520 e-all-in-one printer

Hi,

 

Please try:

 

a. Pull out the paper tray, slide the paper-width guides outward, and then remove any previously loaded
media.
b. Load paper.
. Insert a stack of photo paper into the paper tray with short edge forward and print side down.
. Slide photo paper forward until it stops.
NOTE: If the photo paper you are using has perforated tabs, load photo paper so that tabs are closest to you.
. Slide paper-width guides inward until they touch the paper.
. Push back in the paper tray, and then open the paper tray extender.

Regards.

BH
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Re: how to put in 4x6 photo paper into HP photosmart 5520 e-all-in-one printer

The final step should be written as: "Reinsert the paper tray and then open the paper tray extendeer."

 

Your instructions were clear. They worked!

 

Thank you

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