When printing I find that I am unable to print a custom size to what I actually want. The program has a print border which always stays there whatever size I choose. In the case of A4 size it will not let me print the photo to fill the page as if the photo is either 6x4 or 7x5 originally it does not zoom to what I want. Is there any way to disable the print Border?
Consider the following:
Can your printer print borderless? Check the documentation, as not all printers can do this.
When you go to File>print, under #3 Paper size, tthere are several borderless options to select from
Before you print, it is necessary to crop the picture to the size of your paper stock.
Hope that this helps.
I have altered my printer to print borderless and this helps. I am trying to avoid cropping to save time when printing different sizes at a time. The only way to get rid of the blue lines is to make the print big enough to cover the size I want and then it automatically cuts off the bits it can't print.This at least means I can fill the page but does take up more time.
Try batch resizing a few of your pictures. I suggest that you do this with duplicates, at least initially.
Place these duplicate picture files in a source folder, and create a destination folder.
Go to File>process multiple files. In the dialog that comes up, go to Image size>check resize. Be sure that constrain proportions is checked.. Enter the values for w & h (the size of your paper stock) Resolution for printing should be in the 240-300px/in range.
One other thing: When you finally go to File>print, have you checked "crop to fit" at the bottom, and do the entries for #3 (paper size) and & 5(print size) coincide?
I was able to do what I wanted to by using the process multiple files as suggested. This gave me the 19x13 size I wanted. On opening up a file in PE10 I then found I could add fractions on to either width or height by unticking the constrain proportions box if I wanted to. Thanks for the help. I can now get on with printing out the correct size to fill the paper.
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