Damn and blast! Yet again I have been foiled in my attempts to print photographs. My Canon Pixma 4000 printer catches me out time and time again. Printing text and graphics is a piece of cake and I rarely have problems. But photos? Always problems. Despite setting borderless prints, I get a slight border around three sides of the picture. With borders, I get uneven margins along the top and the right. I have played with the settings, but to no avail. And, to rub salt into the wound, the print previews seem to indicate that all will be well and dandy. No such luck. It never is. Sugar.
Stop reading, start speaking
Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.
At least the printing quality is wonderful, but it is always spoilt by silly little uneven borders. I have always had this problem printing photos, so I think it must be me not knowing which settings to tweak to get things right. One of these days I will get it right, I swear. Until that sweet day, I shall continue to end up pulling my hair out after each and every photo printing attempt.
Right, I’m off out to meet up with other half, her mum and my son. Knocking your head against the same old wall becomes a real pain, I can tell you. If anyone out there has any tips or suggestions, I would be very willing to listen and try them out. And hopefully I can put an end to burning off reams of expensive photo-quality paper.