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HP Designjet T2300 eMFP Product Series - Clipping or incorrect scale factor when down-scaling in copies and prints

Clipping or incorrect scale factor when down-scaling in copies and prints
When doing copies or prints (from USB, Embedded Web Server, or printer driver), the scaling setting is available with various possible options. If you are experiencing problems related to border clipping, or it seems that your print has lost the scale-factor adjustment, please read this section carefully in order to select the best value for the scaling setting in future jobs.
  • Precise scaling: In this case, the content of the original image is scaled by the percentage factor that you have selected. For example, in an original CAD image with a 1:100 scale, if user selects scale to 50%, the printed plot will have an accurate scale of 1:200. Nevertheless, in the case of down-scalings when selecting a fixed percentage, some clipping of the marginal content of the plot may occur, as it is impossible for the printer to print up to the borders of the paper.
  • Scale to fit into page size: In this case, the content of the original image is scaled by the percentage necessary to make sure that all the content is correctly printed and no clipping occurs. Nevertheless, in the case of down-scalings when selecting fit to page, the scale-factor adjustment may not be an integer divisor of the original. For example, in an original CAD plot with a 1:100 scale on A2 paper size, if user selects scale to fit on A3 paper size, the scaling factor will not be exactly 50% and the scale of the printed plot will not be 1:200 exactly. However, the plot will be printed completely without clipping any content.

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