How can I center my printouts when I'm printing from Adobe Photoshop 7.x in Mac OS 10.2.x?
To print your images centered from Adobe Photoshop 7.x in Mac OS 10.2.x, you will need to select the Minimize Margins driver before you print.
To select the Minimize Margins driver, follow these steps:
Select Page Setup from your program's File menu. You see a window like this:
Open the Format for drop-down list.
If you see a Minimize Margins version of your printer in the list, select it and then skip to step 12.
If you don't see a Minimize Margins version of your printer in the list, click Cancel and then continue with the next step.
Download and install the latest Mac OS X printer driver.
Restart your computer.
Open Print Center.
You can open Print Center by double-clicking your hard drive's icon on the desktop, double-clicking the Applications folder, double-clicking the Utilities folder, and then double-clicking Print Center.
In the Printer List window, click Add.
Select EPSON USB from the drop-down list (as shown in the red circle below).
Single-click Stylus Photo 2200 to highlight it.
Select All from the Page Setup drop-down menu at the bottom of the window.
Close Print Center and then go to step 1 above.
Click OK to close the Page Setup window.
Select Print from the File menu. You see a window like this:
In the Printer drop-down list, select the Minimized Margins version of your printer again (the same selection you made in step 2).