You all must be trying hard to print double sided pages. Don't you? Not to get upset as this simple answer guides you the simple steps to use HP printer to print double sided papers or documents.
In fact, you can use your Windows or Mac computer to print a document on both sides of a printing page. If in case your printer doesn't feature double-sided printing, you can manually set up HP printer double sided printing setting with the help of this useful guide.
This guide is particularly for HP printer to print double sided connected through a Mac computer.
Step 1 : Open the document print settings and setup the duplex print job.
Step 2 : Make sure that there is no page ordering issues while printing. So, load enough blank paper into the printer input tray and fully complete your print job.
Step 3 : Open the document you want HP printer to print double sided. If required, click Print >> File >> Show Details.
Step 4 : Select the Two-Sided option from the print dialog box.
If you find Two-Sided displays, this means your printer supports automatic duplexing. Tick the checkbox, click Layout option under the unnamed print options menu. Under the Two-Sided menu, select a binding option and then click on Print.
If Two-Sided option isn't available, continue with the following steps and manually print on both sides of the document.
Step 5 : Select the type of your printer paper tray and click over Continue button to jump to the next step.
Step 6 : From the unnamed menu shown at the center of the window, select Paper Handling option. Click on Odd Only from the Pages to Print menu.
Step 7 : Based on your printer type, select one of the below settings from the Page Order menu:
Step 8 : Lastly, Click the Print button.
Step 9 : Once all the pages are printed successfully, remove extra unprinted paper remaining from the input tray. Next, continue to the next step.
Next, print the other side of the document and reload the page bundle into the input tray. According to printer type, check the printer type, the number of pages you have loaded and the print settings.