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Trying to get automator to print 4x6


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I'm trying to create a folder action that will print images as 4x6. I have set up my printer and default paper size yet I cannot get automator to print to this size. It keeps printing at letter size. Does anyone know how to get automator to print this size?
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I'm trying to create a folder action that will print images as 4x6. I have set up my printer and default paper size yet I cannot get automator to print to this size. It keeps printing at letter size. Does anyone know how to get automator to print this size?
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Have you got a separate tray on your printer for 4x6 photo paper perhaps? If you have try loading that and removing the normal paper from the other tray. Also when you say you have set-up your printer and default paper size did you do this using the printer GUI and software or the Mac's System Preferences?

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