Choosing Paper Size and Layout before Printing, Cropping Images before Printing

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Choosing Paper Size and Layout before Printing

 Still Images 

 

Movies

Choose [Paper Settings].

 

After following step 1 in “Coniguring Print 
Settings” (= 134) to access the printing 
screen, choose [Paper Settings] and 
press the [

] button.

Choose a paper size.

 

Press the [

][

] buttons to choose an 

option, and then press the [

] button.

Choose a type of paper.

 

Press the [

][

] buttons to choose an 

option, and then press the [

] button.

Choose a layout.

 

Press the [

][

] buttons to choose an 

option.

 

When choosing [N-up], press the [ ][ ] 
buttons to specify the number of images 
per sheet.

 

Press the [

] button.

Print the image.

Cropping Images before Printing

 Still Images 

 

Movies

By cropping images before printing, you can print a desired image area 
instead of the entire image.

Choose [Cropping].

 

After following step 1 in “Coniguring Print 
Settings” (= 134) to access the printing 
screen, choose [Cropping] and press the 
[

] button.

 

A cropping frame is now displayed, 
indicating the image area to print.

Adjust the cropping frame as 
needed.

 

To resize the frame, move the zoom 
lever.

 

To move the frame, press the 
[

][

][ ][ ] buttons.

 

To rotate the frame, press the [

] button.

 

Press the [

] button, press the 

[

][

] buttons to choose [OK], and then 

press the [

] button.

Print the image.

 

Follow step 7 in “Easy Print” (= 133) 
to print.

 

Cropping may not be possible at small image sizes, or at some 
aspect ratios.

 

Dates may not be printed correctly if you crop images shot with 
[Date Stamp 

] selected.