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Old 13th of July 2005 (Wed)   #1
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Default borderless printing from photoshop, Canon Pixma

hey guys, it might be really stupid question but I''m having problems to print borderless pictures from photoshop and I'm wonder if there is a way to do that instead always using Easy-Print application that came with printer
I have Canon Pixma ip 5000, just got and still learn all the functionality

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Default Re: borderless printing from photoshop, Canon Pixma

when clicking print in photoshop,it brings up another window with your printers name in it.right next to the name click properties and another set of tabs will popup.first is main this is where you select the paper type.on the next tab called page setup this is where you put a checkmark for borderless prints.then click ok and ok.
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Default Re: borderless printing from photoshop, Canon Pixma

Good tip Jeff. I just use the printing software that came with the printer, but i'll try doing it from photoshop now
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Default Re: borderless printing from photoshop, Canon Pixma

In photoshop go to page setup option after you have hit print. It will allow you to choose papersize borderless or not etc. Becareful because it usually defaults to the center of the page so sometimes I have to play with it to change the printing space for instance if I will be printing another pic on the bottom of a half used 8 1/2 x 11 page.

Don't worry that is NOT a stupid question it took me a bilion time to figure it out by myself with many mistakes. Just take your time. Hope that helps.
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