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Old Apr 22, 2003, 12:51 PM   #1
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Default Problems with Canon i950 , printing large photos properly

I am having problems getting Letter size photos to come out properly . The photos sre downloaded right and the program seems to run properly but the photograph starts to print and it looks right at the top but as it comes out the photo looses its resolution and gets blurry and there is an excess of ink on the photo .I have Windows XP Home and my Camera is an Olympus Z5050 .The printer does an excellent job on 4 x 6 photos I hope this is an easy fix , please help , Sean .
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Old Apr 23, 2003, 2:19 AM   #2
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Hi Sean, well, you have an excellent printer and camera, so let me ask you this. Are you printing directly from the camera to the printer, bypassing your computer? That allows you no control over your images. I know there are several excellent image editing programs out there, I think the easiest is Microsoft's Picture It! and a lot of people like 'Quimage'...I have the Canon S820 and print absolutely incredible 4x6's and 8.5x11's, with very little driver manipulation. So, again, as I advised another user, call Canon tech support, you can reach them easily, very little 'hold-time' and they will 'walk-you-through' several tests until you get the results you want. If you're printer is defective, they will take care of it, Canon tech support is 'excellent'!
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