I am currently using Lightroom CC (2015.1.1 release) for Windows and for some reason can get the borderless printing option to stay set. It worked with previous Lightroom versions. I go into the Page Setup... dialog and set up the printer settings as I wish (borderless, 4x6, etc.) but they do not get set once I get back to Lightroom. Lightroom has margins and cell sizes with borders. If I go back into the Page Setup... dialog it is as if I hit cancel instead of ok. None of my settings choices including paper type and borderless are retained.
If I export the photos and then use Windows to print the pictures I can set all the options (including borderless). I've searched the forums and the web in general and it appears others have the same problem but no resolution other than the export workaround. Are there mutually exclusive settings that would cause Lightroom to not accept the printer settings? Same thing happens if I use the Printer... dialog--I set up all the settings the way I want but they are ignored and it prints the way the printer properties were before I changed them.
I am using an HP Photosmart 7520.
This works perfect with my Canon Printer. Do you have the latest driver from HP for your printer and OS installed?
Yes, and works fine from the OS. I will have to see if Illustrator and Photoshop have the same problem though, might be extra information that would be useful for debugging purposes.
Photoshop CC works fine with borderless so this is a problem just with Lightroom. It will not retain any of the settings I attempt in the print settings dialog including the paper type. If I try to set it to borderless and HP Premium Plus photo paper it will reset it back to HP Advanced Photo paper for example. It will only allow the photo tray to be used with a fixed set of settings.
Next experiment is to see if I can print borderless on photo paper from the main tray.