HP Laserjet - New Printer Question?

Discussion in 'HP' started by charliec@email.com, Feb 14, 2014.

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    I'm looking into new HP Laserjet printers and have a question regarding the
    "printing on both sides options"? I noticed the printers have two options:

    - Duplexer - Manual (driver support provided)
    - Duplexer - Automatic (standard)

    How do these options work? My current printer has the Duplexer option and it is
    normally off - and when I want to print on both side, prior to printing, I go to
    Print/Preferences for my Laserjet printer, click "Print on Both Sides" and
    print. But it is not ON by default (I prefer this approach).

    How does the above options work?

    charliec
     
    , Feb 14, 2014
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