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  1. Hi there, thanks for all your help. Turns out that I'm not using a machine that is up to the task - the Canon MG3050 does not support borderless printing
  2. Hi there, that's in portrait becuase that refers to how the paper is being fed through the printer, not to do with the picture taken Anyway, turns out this was all in vain, my printer is a canon MG3050 and specifically cannot print borderless Thanks again
  3. Hi there, i cannot find any option regarding borders within any menu associated with the printer options - and no option on the printer itself, so probably not. After more research, I have found that I cannot use the canon MG3050 to print borderless - it simply doesn't have those settings. Aaarrrggggghhhhhh lol
  4. Hi there, thanks for your input. Sadly, I have tried that and i'm still no nearer to solving this.
  5. Hi there, and thanks again. The current size of the printed area is just under 5"x3.5" - the paper it is printed on is 6"x4" so the picture should be printed right to the edges of that bit of photo paper if it is printed in 6"x4". I set the custom paper size as 400.0mm by 600.0mm because the sensor is 4000x6000 pixels.
  6. Thank you for your very helpful reply! In turn, I can provide what you've asked for - Sensor Size is 35.8 x 23.9mm and it is a 24.7 megapixel sensor Export is currently done at 600 px/in (see attached file) Printer dpi is resolution of 4800 x 600 dpi. Also attached is a pic of the printer set-up screen and how it currently prints a pic. Would love to know your thoughts, thanks
  7. Thanks, I checked and my printer's DPI is 4800* (horizontal) x 600 (vertical) Any idea what DPI i should export at for this?
  8. I need some help please. I'm trying to print out a 6x4 photo, from a RAW file that is shot in 3:2 format. But when I print, the picture is not full frame. I suspect it is something to do with printing settings but I have examined and exhausted all my current thinking prowess regarding this problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
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