This video explains how to print on 13×19 paper. The first step is to load the paper in the paper tray. Lift the output paper tray of the printer. This will give you better access to the paper tray. Grasp the paper tray from the middle and extend it to accommodate the paper. Pull out the paper tray as far as you can. Remove any other paper loaded in the paper tray. Mixed types or sizes in the paper tray can sometime cause problems picking paper or paper jams. Adjust the paper width guide all the way to the left. Load the 13×19 paper into the paper tray. Adjust the paper width guide to rest on the edge of the paper. Push down the output paper tray. Extend the output paper tray by pulling it out as far as you can. Open the paper catch at the end of the output paper tray until it locks into place. The second part in the printing process is the actual selection of the photo you want to print and selecting the correct driver settings for the 13×19 paper. You can use any software to select and print the photo, but for the purposes of this video we are going to use Windows Photo Viewer. The example shown here is the Windows 7 operating system. If you have a different Windows operating system, these steps will be slightly different. Click Start or the Windows icon, and then click Pictures. Double-click a photo and it opens in the Windows Photo Viewer. Click the Print menu and then click the print option. Click the drop-down box for the paper size, and then select Super B. 13×19 paper is also called Super B. Click the drop-down box for the Paper Type and then select the correct type of paper you have. For the purposes of this video we are going to select the HP Premium Presentation Matte. Click Full page photo on the right. Click the Print button to start printing the photo.