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Epson Stylus DX7450 Inkjet printer


Mack1

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When I print documents or e-mails the text is very tiny and difficult to read.I have tried for ages to increase the text size to something more normal.If I could get the machine to print text the same size as in this message I would be over the moon. I have tried increasing the font size but it doesn`t seem to have any effect at all. I would be most grateful for any suggestions to solve th problem.I run Win7 Home Premium with IE9. Epson printer problem

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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lets retry that link

here

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Mack1

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Thanks Fruit Bat but I had had that advice from Epson and it doesn`t work for me.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Start - settings - printers- right click your printer - properties - printing preferences

Page layout tab, make sure reduce enlarge document is not ticked

to be honest I would also try uninstalling and reinstalling the printer drivers and software.

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woodchip

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If you print any type of Web or Mail Page, Click on File top of browser the Print Preview, you can change the scale on how it looks before you print it

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