Borderless printing with media size MacOSX

Article ID: ART123820 | Date published: 05/12/2015 | Date last updated: 08/17/2015


Borderless printing with media size MacOSX

*Borderless printing is only available with rolls.

Fit Media Size
Enlarge or reduce the original to match the size of the paper you are using.

*The printer driver automatically enlarges originals 3 mm (0.12 in) past the dimensions of the paper on each side.
The 3 mm portion beyond the edge on each side is not printed.

This topic describes how to enlarge originals before borderless printing to match the paper size, based on the following example.

Document: Any type
Page size: 10x12 inches (254.0x304.8 mm)
Paper: Roll
Paper type: Heavyweight Coated Paper
Roll paper width: 10 inches (254.0 mm)

  1. Choose Page Setup from the application menu to display the Page Attribute dialog box.
  2. Select the printer in the "B":Format for list.
  3. In the "C":Paper Size list, click the size of the original. In this case, click 10"x12" .
  4. Click "F":OK to close the dialog box.
  5. In the application, create an original that takes up the entire space of the paper size.
  6. Choose Print in the application menu.
  7. Access the Main pane.
  8. In the "A":Media Type list, select the type of paper that is loaded. In this case, click Heavyweight Coated Paper .
  9. Select the print target in the "E":Print Target list.
  10. Access the Page Setup pane.
  11. Click Roll Paper in the "A":Media Source list
  12. Make sure the width of the loaded roll is displayed in the "B":Roll Paper Width list—in this case, 10 in. (254.0mm) .
  13. Make sure the "C":Page Size setting matches the original size as selected in "C":Paper Size in the Page Attribute dialog box—in this case, 10"x12" .
  14. Select the "D":Enlarged/Reduced Printing check box.
  15. Select the "H":Borderless Printing check box.
  16. Click "E":Fit Media Size under "D":Enlarged/Reduced Printing .
  17. In "I":Media Size , click the paper size. In this case, click 10"x12" - Borderless .
  18. Confirm the print settings, and then click "M":Print to start printing.



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