Can someone tell me why my 8 x 10 print is coming out as an 8.25 x 10.5 print?
This has to be simple, but I just can't figure it out. I have an image in Capture NX --> crop it to an 8x10 aspect --> change the resolution to 8x10 --> print using output resolution --> came out too big.
I also tried using the 8x10 preset...what else can I check?
I'm using an Epson R2400 printer.
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#1. "RE: Must be a stupid question..." | In response to Reply # 0elcee Nikonian since 01st Nov 2005Thu 06-Mar-08 05:36 PM
Doesn't sound stupid to me!
Looks like you followed Article 19 at Nikon's knowledgebase.
Mac OS or WinXP version?
Epson's FAQ not helpful. My company firewall is preventing the interactive troubleshooter from working. You might try it.
#4. "RE: Must be a stupid question..." | In response to Reply # 2elcee Nikonian since 01st Nov 2005Fri 07-Mar-08 05:23 PM | edited Fri 07-Mar-08 05:33 PM by elcee
>What's the interactive troubleshooter?
>Is that an epson thing?
Yes, the troubleshooter is on the r2400 support page.
Here's the link:
I crashed my WinXP machine trying to upgrade video driver, took the chance to dump the 2 GHz single processor for a quad MacPro. The conversion so far has resulted in losing access to the Epson scanner plug-in in Photoshop, and manual double-sided printing (not available, no answer from Epson tech support). Also, printing full-bleed from PSCS3 results in waaaaay-overshooting the margins. I have to make do with Minimal. edited to add: will try digger1's kludge.
#3. "RE: Must be a stupid question..." | In response to Reply # 0
I have the same problem. I am using a Macintosh, don't know if that has any impact. The way I got around the problem is to go into the print with preview window (option, command P) and insert 98% in the scale box.
I think this is an Epson/Macintosh problem but I've not been able to get an answer from Epson.
Let me know if you find a better solution.
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