Pictures come out to small

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mida

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I have pictures that I transferred from my Kokak Easy Share camera to my computer. I am trying to print the pictures from my Kodak Easy Share 5300 all-in-one printer. The problem is I select the pictures I want to print and I set it up for print size of 4x7 inches and paper size 8x10 inches and when I print it, it comes out on the 8x10 paper but the pictures come out printed 1/1 1/2 inches.:confused:
 

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Are you using the photo printing wizard to do this?or are you using Kodaks software? is this your first attempt at printing photos ? where are the photos saved ?in the My Pictures folder ?
 
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Questions:
•In the printer preferences, is there anywhere where "actual print size" is checked off? (If the image "print size" is tiny it'll print that way no matter what the resolution. However, most cameras are set at 72dpi and the print size is adjusted to match the resolution usually being a LARGE print image: not small.)
•Do you have photo editing software where you can set/ change your print size to whatever you require? (Free software: Google's picassa, as vicks mentioned, or Gimp: similar to Photoshop, but more difficult to use.)
•Have you tried Kodaks support site? (Link below.)
http://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQuerier.jhtml?pq-path=10&pq-locale=en_US&_requestid=5985
 
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