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Borderless Printing Bleeding

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Scan Prtrt.jpgI have the borders of certain objects within my image bleeding into the surrounding areas. Can anyone help me please?   

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Re: Borderless Printing Bleeding

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Hi, bil12343!

So that the Community can help you better, we need to know exactly which Canon printer model you're using, which type of paper you're using, and whether you're using genuine Canon ink. That, and any other details you'd like to give will help the Community better understand your issue!

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Re: Borderless Printing Bleeding

I'm using a Canon Pixma Pro-100 with Blazer Digital White Paper - 13 x 19 in 100 lb Text Gloss C/2S. Aside from the Canon ink that came with the printer, I am using an LD 6387B002 CLI-42Y Yellow Ink Cartridge, a Canon Compatible 6391B002 CLI-42LGY CLI42 Light Gray Ink Cartridge and a G & G NP-C0042 GY Grey Cartridge.   

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Re: Borderless Printing Bleeding

I don't know if this is the cause of your problem, but it doesn't look like the paper is intended for dye ink printing.

 

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Have you tried the same imahe on Canon paper?

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Re: Borderless Printing Bleeding

No I haven"t but, I think it is definetly worth a try. Thanks so much for your input!    

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