Print from ComputerThe following screens show the various options of the 7350's print driver under Windows XP Pro. From what I saw in the manual, the same options are also available in the Mac OS driver but not tested by me.
Page 1 lets you quickly select a paper type. Here I have selected the HP Premium Plus Photo Paper, glossy. The driver will automatically select "Best" quality and the Photo Paper Printing using PhotoREt. If you were printing on 8.5 x 11-inch paper you wouldn't even need to go any farther, just click OK and print.
Clicking on the "hp Digital Photography" button will bring up the next screen.
From here you can take manual control over any of the options that are normally on
Auto pilot. Dial in your own values for contrast enhancement, digital flash,
sharpness and smoothing or disable SmartFocus.
Page 2 let you select the desired paper size, orientation with optional mirror image
or 180° rotate for printing on envelopes. You can also set the number of copies
and enable Scale to Fit. Clicking on Borderless Printing brings up the next screen.
Borderless selections are: 4 x 6-inch (with tab), 4 x 6-inch, 100 x 148 mm, 105 x 148.5 mm
or 89 x 127 mm. And the required paper type is selected next. Optionally, Two-Sided
printing can be enabled.
Page 3 has options for Two-sided printing, poster printing, enabling the print preview
feature (shown at the end of the driver screens,) or accessing the Advanced Features
shown in the next frame.
Here you can manually adjust the amount of ink printed on the page, provide extra
drying time for special media or enter the Low Memory Mode if you have problems
spooling the print job. Most users will probably never see this screen.
Page 4 lets you manually "fiddle" with the color settings or print high quality black and white images.
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