I have a canon mg2500 series printer, which I bought specifically to print photo quality pictures at an acessible price. I even bought Canon photo paper plus glossy, all canon so i'd have as few issues as possble. Boy I was wrong.
Whenever I try printing using exactly this "fit to page" explanation (there is NOTHING different from those settings apart from paper type, which I've also changed) the result is the image fully resized to 1/4 of the page and jammed into the far left upper corner.
I have used Photoshop, Clip Studio Paint and Windows photo view to try and print with different programs and the result is always the same.
I'd like to know how to get the actual picture to fit the page, and understand what is happening. I do not wish for photos this small and this is getting frustating given the amount of ink I've already spent trying to fix this.
For photo printing on the MG2500 Series models, the supported paper sizes for photo papers are 4"x6" and 5"x7".
If you are printing on A4 or Letters sized photo paper, you would need a higher end PIXMA Series model that can support printing photos on larger sizes.