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How can I print the label from tray 2?

I placed some labels on tray 2 but the print out only coming from tray 1.

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    I am trying to make my default tray 2 rather than tray 1

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Go to the control panel.  Select printers.  Move the mouse to your printer.  Press the right mouse button and select properties.  press the advance properties button.  Select the tray you wish to print from.  press when finished.


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    Prepare your printer. Make sure the power is on and the drivers are installed correctly on your computer.

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