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Control-panel settings for automatic 2-sided printing
Many software programs include 2-sided printing settings. If your software program or printer driver
does
not
include 2-sided printing options, you can adjust these settings through the control panel. The
factory default setting is
OFF
.
CAUTION
Do not use 2-sided printing when printing on labels, transparencies, or glossy paper.
Serious damage to the printer can result.
To turn 2-sided printing on or off from the control panel
NOTE
Changing settings for 2-sided printing from the printer control panel affects all print jobs.
Whenever possible, change settings for 2-sided printing in your software program or printer
driver.
To select 2-sided printing from the printer driver, the driver must be configured correctly. For
instructions, see the online Help for the printer driver.
1.
Press
Menu
.
2.
Press
to highlight
CONFIGURE DEVICE
, and then press
.
3.
Press
to select
PRINTING
.
4.
Press
to highlight
DUPLEX
, and then press
.
5.
Press
or
to select
ON
to turn on 2-sided printing or
OFF
to turn off 2-sided printing, and
then press
.
6.
Press
Menu
to return to the
Ready
state.
Options for binding 2-sided printing jobs
Before printing a 2-sided document, use the printer driver to specify the edge on which you will bind
your finished document. Long-edge or book binding is the conventional layout used for books. Short-
edge or tablet binding is the typical calendar binding.
NOTE
The default setting is to bind on the long edge for pages in portrait orientation. To change
to short-edge binding, select the
Flip Pages Up
check box.
Manual 2-sided printing
To print a duplexed document on media other than the supported sizes or weights (see
Print-media
specifications
), or if your printer does not support automatic 2-sided printing, go to the printer and reinsert
the paper manually after the first side has printed.
NOTE
Damaged or reused media can cause jams and should not be used.
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