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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by eddie460, Sep 11, 2003.

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  1. eddie460

    eddie460 Thread Starter

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    Hi Tek Guy:
    I am in dire need of your expertise. I am using Office XP with an HP DeskJet 722C printer. I have a picture that I can display either in Word or MSPaint. I am able to enlarge the picture in the application but when I print it, it is reduced to normal size. I want to fill the page with the printed piece. Thanks for your consideration. E. Palin (eddie460)
     
  2. stod73

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    If you use Microsoft Photo Editor there is an option when you click File>Print to "Fit to page". I'm using win2k and assuming that XP comes with Photo editor
     
  3. CastleHeart

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    In Photo editor, when printing from the FILE menu, you can also change the size to exactly what you want and position it as you like on the page.

    In my WORD (2000) when I insert a picture into a document and resize it - it prints at THAT SIZE. Maybe XP is different. Perhaps you need to right click the inserted photo and look for an option to check which may allow that.

    And I was assuming by picture you meant an actual jpg or btm or gif.



    - Castleheart
     
  4. eddie460

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    Thank you both for a speedy reply and excellent directions. eddie460
     
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