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double sided printing

double sided printing

double sided printing

How can you set up printing to print on two sides of one paper.  I have a great okidata 9300 that allows duplex printing, but can't seem to find that option when print option comes up in Indesign.

RE: double sided printing

I am using a Brother HL1850.
When I go to the Print Dialogue in InDesign, I click on the "SETUP" button at the bottom left (under the picture of the page).
This opens a Warning window that you should use InDesign settings to get the best result...ignore this and a 2nd Print Dialogue box should open for your Printer.
Don't change anything except for the Duplex settings. On mine this is under a Tab called "Layout"  there I can choose, No Duplex, Duplex turning paper on short side and Duplex turning paper on longside.
Then press PRINT in your printers Dialogue box, then press PRINT in the InDesign printing Dialogue box.
Good Luck!

RE: double sided printing


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