Every printer manufacturer and software publisher has its own way of doing things. Double-sided or color printing might require you to click a button labeled Preferences, Properties, or even Advanced.
Some printers allow you to print a mirror image of a picture (sometimes called reverse portrait or reverse landscape. If you select this option, the preview image in the Print Pictures dialog box won't change. However, the picture will print as a mirror image.
Print quality depends on several factors, including your choices of paper and ink, printer settings, and the quality of the original photo.
Here are solutions to some common problems with printing. For a step-by-step tutorial to help you identify and fix common printer problems, go to Printer problems in Windows.
You can also try running a troubleshooter to diagnose and fix common printing problems.