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Printing 4x6 (one)

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Apr 9, 2018
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California
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Lightroom Version
7
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Windows 10
Is there a simple way to print a single borderless 4x6 or 5x7 without using a whole page? I've tried (through many releases in LR) but can't seem to figure it out. I always end up going to PS to print and would like to do all in LR if possible.
 
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Queensland
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Firstly- Do NOT select any of the default print templates, they are all defined for "Letter" size paper.
Second- Select your printer and paper size 4x6 5x7 from the [Page Setup] and your OS Printer dialog.
Thirdly- Then change your options in the Right-hand panels. Maximum Cell, Minimum Margins, etc.
Last- When you successfully make a print- Save your own template for future use.
 
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Thank you! It worked. Once I set it up as borderless it worked perfectly. Now if only the new Auto AI would work as well as the one in PS. This new one loves to over reduce highlights.
 
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