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How can I enlarge a photo using my HP series 8025 printer?

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How can I enlarge a photo i need to print on my HP OfficeJet Pro 8025 Series printer

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@Bobartist Welcome to HP Community!

 

 I understand you would like to know how to enlarge the pictures using the printer.

 

Don't worry I'll try to help you out.

 

Did you make any changes to your printer?

 

Are you trying to make a copy from the printer?

 

If you are trying to make a copy from the printer you can change the settings using the printer control panel. However, if you are printing from the printer, you need to change the settings from the application you are printing from.

 

To change the copy settings try the steps recommended below.

 

1. Make sure you have paper loaded in the input tray. For more information, see Load paper.

2. Place your original print-side down on the scanner glass or print-side up in the document feeder.

3. From the printer control panel display, touch Copy .

4. Select Document or ID Card .

5. Scroll left or right to select the number of copies, or make other settings. TIP: To save your settings as defaults for future jobs, touch ( Copy Settings ), and then touch Save Current Settings.

6. Touch Start Black or Start Color.

 

Also, if you are printing from the printer you can use applications such as Adobe Photoshop or Microsoft Paint to enlarge the images before you print.


If you do not use an application such as Photoshop, you can use the Paint applications which comes with the Windows. Here are the steps:
 

  • Click the Windows Start menu button and type "Paint." When the "Paint" icon appears, click that icon to launch the Paint program.
  • Press "Ctrl" and "O" to open Paint's file selection window.
  • Find the image you wish to print and double-click it. Paint will display the image on its editing canvas.
  • Press "Alt" and "F." A drop-down window opens.
  • Hold your mouse cursor over the "Print" option to open the "Print Options" dialog.
  • Click the "Page Setup" option. Paint opens the "Page Setup" window.
  • Locate the "Scaling" section, and click "Adjust To." Type a percentage value in the "Normal Size" text box. For instance, if you wish to print the image at 70 percent of its normal size, enter 70. Click "OK" to close the "Page Setup" window.
  • Press "Ctrl" and "P" to open the "Print" window. Click one of the printers in the "Select Printer" section and click "Print." Paint will send the image to that printer and adjust its size to match the value you entered in the "Normal Size" text box.

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