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From: firstname.lastname@example.org ! !For instance, if my image is 6"x12" I use an old fashioned proportion wheel !to figure if I turn the image lengthwise an print at maximum(16") then my 12" !length will be 32", plus a bit extra for good luck. The percent on !enlargement, also from the wheel isaround 264%. So in the diaolog box I type !in 264 as the percentage of original and hit "custom" and fill in the size of !my final print (16x33) this always works and isn't so hard once you get the !hang of it. I'm told Wintel machines don't have this percent enlarge/reduce !feature in the epson driver. Jim Interesting information there - I use Photoshop under Win-NT and I just let photoshop autoresize (I modify width or length that I want). Maybe with larger print, Epson printer is limit to certain size that Epson doesnt want to tell us about? It is true that under Window NT, there is no percent enlarge/reduce in the Epson driver. John -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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