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Nov 27, 2004 14:59 |  #1

Does anyone know anyplace that will print 9x13 prints?

My MIL wants a family portrait done, & she says the frame she has fits a 9x13 picture. ?

I tried most places online... any thoughts?

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Nov 27, 2004 15:04 |  #2

Is the frame sized for a 9x13 print, or is it matted for 9x13?

For example, when I print at 8x10, then it is matted into 11x14, and that goes into a frame sized for 11x14.

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Nov 27, 2004 15:37 |  #3

robertwgross wrote:
Is the frame sized for a 9x13 print, or is it matted for 9x13?

For example, when I print at 8x10, then it is matted into 11x14, and that goes into a frame sized for 11x14.

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I can't say I know the answer to that just yet.

She told me last night that I needed to print a 9x13. that's it.

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Nov 27, 2004 15:58 |  #4

Print 9x13 on a piece of 11x14 paper and trim?


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Nov 27, 2004 17:23 |  #5

This place will print any size you want.

www.phopar.com (external link)

Just tell them the full image needs to be 9x13, and they will do it that way.


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Nov 27, 2004 17:35 |  #6

Scottes wrote:
Print 9x13 on a piece of 11x14 paper and trim?

But that would be too logical!

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Nov 27, 2004 19:17 |  #7

robertwgross wrote:
Scottes wrote:
Print 9x13 on a piece of 11x14 paper and trim?

But that would be too logical!

Sometimes you just have to keep it simple, Bob.
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Nov 27, 2004 20:10 |  #8

Update:

She(MIL) called me back, & said she made a mistake.

The matte "opening" is 10.5" X 12.5". I'm going to take a wild guess & say that is the opening for an 11 x 14 photo?

Sheesh :roll:


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Nov 27, 2004 20:42 |  #9

Maybe 11x14 photo. Maybe 11x14 paper with a small margin.

The matting on mine cover the margins and a thin edge of my photos.

So you want a print of almost 11x13, and that could be done on 11x14 paper or 11x17 paper.

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