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Old Saturday 15th August 2015, 15:43   #1
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Sizing difficulties

Could someone please advise when using A4 paper how to select the image to be of a different size. I want to print on A4, images which only take up approx 2/3 of the paper. Many thanks, there is probably a very simple explanation but in set up I can only find paper size.
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Hi Kim

It's years since I've had to do any printing, but I wonder if exploring the Lables option might help you, as you can make various settings in there from memory.
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I am using photoshop and want to print on A4 with about a five cm margin on all four sides.
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In Photoshop Elements when you press Print, as well as the opportunity to select paper size etc, at the bottom of the panel there is a button marked "More options". If you click on that, you get an option to set the border thickness.

I don't know if that will definitely work for you, but it might be worth trying.

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It does indeed Malcolm..many thanks..seem to be getting increasingly dim these days.
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