Print From Your Computer : Windows Printing

Select Basic Options
Click the Main tab on the top of the printer settings window to select your basic print options.
1.
Select a Quality Option that matches your document or photo, and the print quality you want.
Quality Option settings
Draft: for rough drafts with reduced print quality
Text: for documents containing text or images with standard print quality
Text & Image: for documents with text or images with better print quality
Photo: for photos and graphics with good print quality and speed
Best Photo: for photos or graphics with high print quality
 
2.
Select the paper Type setting that matches the paper you loaded.
3.
Paper size settings
You can load paper in these sizes and select the size in the printer software. (Wider papers are for use only when reducing large images with the Reduce/Enlarge Document option.) A User Defined option is also available so you can create a custom size.
A4 (8.3 × 11.7 inches)
A6 (4.1 × 5.8 inches)
Letter (8.5 × 11 inches)
Legal (8.5 × 14 inches)
4 × 6 inches
5 × 7 inches
8 × 10 inches
Half Letter (5.5 × 8.5 inches)
16:9 wide (4 × 7.11 inches)
Envelope #10 (4 1/8 × 9 1/2 inches)
 
4.
If you’re printing borderless photos, click the Borderless checkbox. For documents or photos with borders, select Borders.
Note:
For borderless photos, make sure you loaded a compatible borderless paper size and type.
5.
Choose Portrait or Landscape orientation for your document or photo. (Choose Landscape for envelopes.)
You can also:
Select Print Options
Basic print options
PhotoEnhance: automatically analyzes your photos and, if necessary, adjusts the brightness, contrast, and saturation.
Note:
PhotoEnhance uses a sophisticated face recognition technology to optimize photos that include faces. For this to work, both eyes and the nose must be visible in the subject’s face. If your photo includes a face with an intentional color cast, such as a bronze statue, you may want to turn off PhotoEnhance to retain the special color effects.
Reverse Order: reverses the order in which your document prints to last-page-first.
Print Preview: lets you preview how your document or photo will look when printed.
 
When you’re finished, you’re ready to print.