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I started to use Paint.Net not long ago (before didn't like to install .Net Framework)

Still try to get familiar with Paint.Net. So far everything is fine except for printing.

Windows's photo printing wizard is suck. I don't have a choice to print exactly the size I want. Or maybe there's some trick in Paint.Net? :?

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I'm sorry, but no. The Windows printing wizard is the only way to print. However, if you give me the dimensions of the image (in pixels), the size you want it to print out (in inches), and the DPI (dots per inch) of the image, I might be able to help. :-)

 

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Isn't there an option to fill the page?

Yes, if I think you're talking about what I think you're talking about.

To elaborate: If you expand the canvas (Ctrl + Shift + R) to the size of the paper you are printing it on, it will keep the original size.

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The problem is that I don't want the output to fill the size of the paper. :( (& not the right orientation I prefer)

Paint.Net already has lots of features that can beat many softwares, but unfortunately its printing capability is poorer than even a photo viewer program. I wish this can be improved later.

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The problem is that I don't want the output to fill the size of the paper. :( (& not the right orientation I prefer)

Paint.Net already has lots of features that can beat many softwares, but unfortunately its printing capability is poorer than even a photo viewer program. I wish this can be improved later.

Set the canvas size to the size of the paper you're printing on. Make sure the image you want to print is in one of the upper corners (for ease of cutting out). It will then print out your image the exact size it is on the screen. The rest will come out blank white.

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