Tuesday, 27 March 2012


You can print on both sides manually using the Windows printer software.
To print on both sides of a page, you must specify duplex options in your software application or in the
printer driver.
Always use media that conforms to the printer specifications. See Understanding specifications for
supported print media.
Specify duplex options in your application or in the printer driver.
Do not print on both sides of transparencies.
Do not print on both sides of envelopes or on media lighter than 75 g/m2 (18 lb). Jams might occur
with these media types.
Do not print on both sides of photo paper or glossy media unless specifically designed for two-sided
printing.
Several kinds of media require a specific orientation when you print on both sides of a page, such as
letterhead, preprinted paper, and paper with watermarks and prepunched holes. When you print from
a computer running Windows, the printer prints the odd pages of the print job first. Load the media
with the print side facing the front of the printer.
1. Load the appropriate media. See Guidelines for printing on both sides of a page and Loading media.
2. With a document open, on the File menu, click Print, and then click Properties.
3. Click the Finishing tab.
4. Select the Print on Both Sides check box.
5. To automatically resize each page to match the document's onscreen layout, ensure Preserve Layout is
selected. Clearing this option might result in unwanted page breaks.
6. Select or clear the Flip Pages Up check box to match the way you want the binding. See the graphics
in the printer driver for examples.
7. Change any other desired settings and click OK.
8. Print your document.
9. After the first side of the document is printed, follow the onscreen instructions and reload the paper into
the tray to complete printing.
10. After reloading the paper, click Continue in the onscreen instructions to continue the print job.

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