I am new to printing and thought I would get the basics before I upgrade the printer. I just can't get my prints to reflect correctly on paper, please help - I will explain by way of pictures
The first image is what I want to print but borderless. The only difference between the other two prints is the layout button - Landscape (second Print) and Portrait (Third Print) from the screenshots attached seems to be back to front also in the preview? (I did not print the first print) For the second and third prints I sized the images as per the screenshot and I printed on A3 Paper.
My questions are:
1. Why is my preview wrong - landscape shows as portrait orientation in the preview window and vice versa?
2. Why can't I print borderless - is this a function of the printer not being able to do so or am I doing something wrong?
3. Why can't I get the full photo to print with these settings with/without a border?
Your help will be appreciated.
I am using Photoshop CC 2014 and HP Deskjet 7610, A3 paper, Mac Book Pro and the last bit of my patience.
Borderless is a function of the printer and driver, not the application.
It sounds like your printer driver also overrode the landscape vs. portrait setting somehow.
Double check all your settings in the printer driver dialog.
Thanks Chris but I don't think it is the printer driver wrt the orientation as it does the same thing when I print to my other 2 printers which are little Canons, also if you look on the preview it is already incorrect there. I will check printer settings anyway.