Step 2: Customize the print settings
If you are using plain A4 or letter size paper, and you want to print with normal print quality, you do
not need to adjust the settings.
If you are using specialty media, follow the steps for your paper type.
Step 3: Print your document
For the best photo printing results, we recommend you use:
The photo software included with your printer.
A photo cartridge. For more information on cartridges, see page 43.
Note: You may want to print on plain paper before loading your photo paper and changing
your settings. To print on photo cards, see page 19.
If you want to print a borderless photo using another software program, you may need to manually
adjust settings such as:
Refer to your other software program's documentation for more information.
Step 1: Load the photo paper
For best results, use photo paper that is made for inkjet printers. You can also use coated or
glossy paper. You can load up to 25 sheets at a time, depending on the thickness of the
If your paper includes instructions, read them carefully.