I have an Epson Workforce 1100 with Durabrite Factory Pigment Ink.
When using Photoshop CS3 I attempt to print with the Normal printer image quality settings. High Speed on, Bright White Paper settings, etc.
My image comes out the size of the 8.5 x 11 paper, however it has Horizontal Bindings.
I thought it was a Clogged Head, and after numerous cleanings I had no resolve.
I read that using the Normal Image Quality option via the printer preference can cause binding.
So I switched to Fine Image Quality under Printer Preference for the printer, and the image came out about 2 inches.
I switched to Photo Image Quality under Printer Preference and it came out to a Quarter page.
Needless to say the BINDINGs went away (YAHOOOOOO!), but the image is only 1/4 of what I need it to be.
If I switch back to Normal Image Quality, under Printer Preference the Bindings come back.
Changed to the Layout Tab under the Printer Preference and was able to select Reduce/Enlarge by 8.5 x 11 paper size, and by a percentage. I choose 300 percent, assuming that would increase the size to a full page.
I'm still getting a quarter page.
Does anyone have an idea on how to correct the size of the image on the printer?
Thanks in advance,