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Resize image to print on 8x11 paper

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I'm using PS 6.x and have an image that is W-1536px X H-1024px.  How do I print the image on an 8 X 11 sheet of paper?

TIA.

Matt
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by:cre8tive
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How large do you want the image? Do you want it to just fill the 8.5x11 paper ? or just print at the size it is on a piece of letter sized paper?

File>Page Setup> Paper Size-Letter ( To change the paper size)

Then go to File>Print ( The rest depends on your printer driver. You may want to tell it to scale to page.

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by:braman1
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I tried your suggestion but when I go to print, I get an error message that states "some clipping of the image will occur" because the image is larger than the paper size.  

I want the image to print on an piece of letter sized paper without clipping.

Thanks.
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by:cre8tive
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Did you try selecting fit to page ?
File>Print with Preview

Then check  Scale to fit Media

Then select print.
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by:braman1
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We are talking about Photoshop here...right?  I don't have File>Print with Preview.

I will look for Scale to fit media.
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cre8tive earned 500 total points
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Yes, I have a newer version of the software so it may look differently.  You can scale it in your printer settings. another option may be going to Image> Image size   Then change the size of the images width and height to less than 8.5x11
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by:braman1
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I tried your suggestion and it still does not resize the image correctly.
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by:cre8tive
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Do you want it to print to the edge or the  inside  of the paper with a white border?

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by:braman1
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Doesn't matter to me.  I want Photoshop to resize the image so it will fit on the 8x11.5 page.
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by:cre8tive
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What kind of printer do you have?
Go File>Printer setup
Change it to landscape, then click ok.

Click print and see if you still get the message

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by:braman1
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Printer is a HP Color 3800.
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