4XEM stylus c86 User Manual

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Printing Photos on Macintosh OS 9
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4. For photos without white borders, click the 
Borderless
 checkbox. Read the 
message and click 
OK
.
Click the 
Expansion
 button. You see a window like this one:
Adjust the Expansion slider to choose 
Min, Max
, or the in-between setting. 
Min
 retains the entire image in your print, but there may be a small white 
edge on the borders of the print. 
Max
 expands the image to ensure that there 
are no unprinted edges, but the edges of the image may not appear in the 
print. Then click 
OK
.
5. Select 
Portrait
 or 
Landscape
 as the orientation setting.
6. Click 
OK
.
7. Open the File menu and click 
Print
. You see a window like this one:
8. Select one of the Media Type for the paper you’re using.
9. Select 
Quality
 (for higher quality) or 
Speed 
(for faster printing) using the 
slider.
10. Do one of the following:
Click 
Print.
If you want to select special settings for color matching or printing at a 
higher resolution, continue with the steps in the next section.
Select the type of 
paper you’re using
Select higher 
quality or faster 
printing
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