Printing problem

  Samwella 19:20 15 May 2010
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Trying to print my own design (b&w) jewel case cover using exPressit SE Photo Glossy white inserts.
Printer is Epson Stylus Photo R300.
If I set the printer to anything other than plain paper (either in Basic or Advanced setting) the printer is sending out my full design as a small 10 x 15cm print (but perfect quality). If I set the paper setting to plain paper it sends out the A4 design page with my design as it should be size wise, but the quality is dreadful,horizontal banding although I have done numerous cleanings and nozzle checks.
Help anyone please? do I need a new printer?
Thanks,
Ruth

  rdave13 19:57 15 May 2010

Depending on the quality of the A4 paper. Usually graphic printing on average A4 paper is poor compared to printing on gloss etc., paper.

  woodchip 20:34 15 May 2010

Are you using Pressit Software to print from

  Samwella 21:06 15 May 2010

Yes, Woodchip I have their software installed. Problem is I need to print out 100 jewelcases and just can't accept the quality the 'plain paper' setting is turning out. Why I get the photo size print (which is perfect quality) in the Advanced setting on the Epson printer I don't know. I know in the Basic Setting it defaults to this size, I am beginning to think the printer must be kaput!
Thanks,

  rdave13 21:26 15 May 2010

No help I suppose, I've been using Epsom printers for a long time, and only installing the basic drivers, seems a good idea. The bumf that comes with Epsom printers I have found to be dire.
Paint dot Net will adjust all your needs and Windows drivers will take care of the printing side in my humble oppinion.

  woodchip 22:03 15 May 2010

I think you will find that it's not the Printer its the Pressit Software printer driver that is overriding the Epson Printer driver

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