STEP 4 - USER DEFINED PAPER SIZE
Most recent driver versions looks similar to the screen shot to the below.
Find and click on the User Defined option.
1. Name the new user defined size.
2. Set the width and height according to the table below.
Hint: The width is always the smaller dimension and the height is always the longer dimension of your paper, regardless of card orientation.
3. Click the Save button to return to the printer preferences / properties.
4. Click OK - You now have saved a custom paper size that will appear in your list of paper sizes.
Note: This step is for older Epson printers
On the Page Layout tab, click the Centered and Minimize Margins.
STEP 5 - PRINTING
NOTE! Make sure orientation is set to PORTRAIT. If not, the preview will look wrong and as a result your card will print wrong!
Notice that the preview screen looks like the printed card should - the excessive white space is gone. The hash marks around the border represent your printer's margins.
When ready, you can click Print.
If the below warning pops up, click Proceed. It will not affect the print output.
Congratulations! You have set up and printed a Red River Paper greeting card.