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How do I get my Photosmart 6525B to fill the printed page

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HP Photosmart 6525 B
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After many years of use my Photosmart 6525 needed some repairs so I sent it to a HP repair station.  But what I got back was not my old Printer.  What was sent to me was a Photosmart 6525 B.

But it has a problem. 

I haven't found a way to get it to print what I have on my PC screen, to fit completely on the paper that I am using, which happens to be an A4 size.

I have tried my best to get it to do what I ask, but it seems to be only capable of printing a page no larger than 12cm X 20cm..

How do I get it to fill a page that is 21cm X 29,5cm big?

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@warp4dennis

 

Welcome to the HP Support Community.

 

Please make sure you select fit to page option in the printing preferences.

 

This document should further help you: https://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c02227495

 

Let me know if this helps.

 

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