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Setting Custom Copy Size for LaserJet Pro M1536

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I am using a LaserJet Pro M1536. I want to set a custom copy size.

 

I get to the Copy Reduce/Enlarge menu setting "Reduce/Enlarge Custom: 25%-400%." How do I enter a custom size such as 150%?

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@CorvusCorax, Welcome to HP Support Community!

 

 Press the Reduce/Enlarge button repeatedly to display the correct size, and then press the OK button. For additional help, refer to the HP LaserJet Pro M1530 - User Guide.

 

I hope that answers your concern adequately. Let me know!

 

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I press the Reduce/Enlarge button repeatedly until the screen saying "Reduce/Enlarge Custom: 25-400%" comes up. Note that this is the last screen and is after all of the screens/preset sizes come up.

 

My question is how do I enter a custom setting such as 123%?

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@CorvusCorax

 

Thanks for waiting!

 

Use the < or the > button to adjust the percentage.

Look at this video from 2:20 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAXj1zhmSZE for help.

 

Hope this helps! Keep me posted. 

 

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Thanks SO much! I was not hitting the "OK" button before entering the percentage. Kind of obvious; I should have thought of it on my own. I have always said that you can't make computers "idiot proof;" however, it would have helped if the instruction manual had included the step I was missing for this idiot. You should ask your supervisor for a raise! Several years ago when I bought the printer/copier I called HP support and they didn't know what to do. I again talked to HP a couple of years ago and the answer was "Maybe that feature doesn't work on this model." I now have two fully functioning HP printers! (Our workhorse LasserJet 1320 refuses to die!)

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@CorvusCorax

 

That's great! Happy to hear that.

 

Let me know if you need any further assistance.

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