Edge-to-edge printing with Epson 2100/2200 in PSCS

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by Coolasblu, Apr 18, 2004.

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    Coolasblu Guest

    Can't seem to get this to happen. Works fine in Epson's Photoquicker but not
    in PSCS. Even if I choose the Maximum print area in Printer settings I get a

    Any tips
    Coolasblu, Apr 18, 2004
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    Bill Hilton Guest

    From: "Coolasblu"
    Works fine for me with Photoshop CS, using "Print with Preview" and setting the
    printer properties per the Epson data book. Check the 2200 "Printer Basics"
    section on "Printing Borderless Cut Sheets" for specific info (pg 47 in my
    copy), since only a subset of paper types and sizes will print borderless.

    What paper type and what size are you running into problems with?

    Bill Hilton, Apr 18, 2004
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    Coolasblu Guest

    A4, A3, A3+ Semigloss/archival matte/premium glossy
    Coolasblu, Apr 18, 2004
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    Paul Guest

    You are selectiong the No Margins option as well aren't you.

    Paul, Apr 18, 2004
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    Bill Hilton Guest

    "archival matte" isn't listed as supported (none of the matte black ink papers
    are listed, ie, Velvet Fine Art or Watercolor - Radiant White or Enhanced
    Matte, which replaced 'archival matte'), according to my 2200 user's manual.

    For Premium Semigloss PP only Letter and 13x19" (Super B) are listed as

    For PGPP pretty much all the papers (8 sizes) are listed as supported.

    Try it again with PGPP, with 'borderless' checked, or semi-gloss with one of
    the two papers supported? Premium Luster also has three sizes supported,
    Letter, A3, 13x19".

    Hope this helps.

    Bill Hilton, Apr 18, 2004
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    Coolasblu Guest

    What a f***ing IDIOT!!!! I wasn't!!! Fell like such a twat. Problem solved
    now Paul!

    I must remember to engage brain before I open my eyes each day!!

    Sorry guys for wasting your time with such a basic question.
    Coolasblu, Apr 18, 2004
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