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Re: Printer is printing twopages per sheet ( HP 6310)
The HP All-In-One printers have a PREFERENCES/PROPERTIES option called "Pages Per Sheet" that controls this behavior. If it was changed by someone, you can set the default by right-clicking on the printer from the PRINTERS window and selecting PROPERTIES. Then click on PRINTING PROPERTIES from the GENERAL tab and set "Pages Per Sheet" to 1.
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Your ink cartridge is about empty or some of the head nozzles are plugging up randomly. Click on "start", mouse over settings which should show several selections, click on "printers and faxes". Right click on the printer icon and click on "properties". In the next window you should be able to select clean cartridge under one of the tabs. Do a cleaning and see if it works better. If this does not solve your problem you need to purchase a new cartridge. Now that cartridges are recycled this type of print problem happens more often.
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Click Start > Printers & Faxes > Right click on the Printer's icon > Printing Preferences > click Feature tab > look at the "Two sided printing" > and set if "off" > Apply"
Again on the Feature tab look at the "pages per sheet" and set it to "1 page per sheet" (if it's not set to) > Apply, again click on the "Advanced" tab and turn off the "Mirror Image" > Apply
You also need to check the printing preference when you give the print command from the document, When the print windows is opened, check "page scaling" "page arrange" and "page rotate" and set them to "fit to page/actual size", "none" and "normal" respectively. This will fix your problem and you'll get the normal prints.
press key with windows logo(bottom of keyboard, both sides of spacebar),choice printers and faxes,find printer your using(if you have more than one listed, or the one with check by it),double click, when document box opens,click on printer(upper left at top of box),under page layout choose # of pages per sheet...2 will give you 2 pages side by side,4 will split the sheet into 4 quarters.
I don't see multiplexing as an option for your printer.
The manual way to do this though is to go through your regular print procedure but choose the option to print only the odd numbered pages and then simply put the printed pages back into the printer tray upside down (after giving them some time to dry) and then print only the even numbered pages.
Printers try to fit web pages on a single sheet of paper. If you configure the printer, in the print dialog, not to shrink images and text to fit the paper, it will print on multiple sheets of paper, but the correct size for the images and text.
In a Word document, it depends on what font size you have selected. Most people would rather have the web page print on a single sheet, with smaller images and text than were on the monitor; than tape together multiple sheets for 100% size printout.
The HP All-In-One printers have a PREFERENCES/PROPERTIES option called "Pages Per Sheet"
that controls this behavior. If it was changed by someone, you can set
the default by right-clicking on the printer from the PRINTERS window
and selecting PROPERTIES. Then click on PRINTING PROPERTIES from the
GENERAL tab and set "Pages Per Sheet" to 1.