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Hi I have HP PSC1610 printer-copier-scanner. 90% of all my printing I do in "FastDraft" Paper Quality. The default is in "Normal" Paper Quality and I have to change the settings each time I print. I would like to change the default to "FastDraft" Can anyone please help? Dennis--

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  • dwood0 Jan 02, 2009

    Thank you very much, your solution did the trick. --thanks again

    Dennis--

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When you print from the Microsoft Word and while printing you change the Printer Properties and Print Quality to FastDraft
Everytime you close the window the setting gets reset and again when you start, you have to do the settings.

The Solution you are looking out is
Go to Start >> Control Panel >> Printer and Faxes
There you choose the your Default Printer HP 1610 >> Right Click
and Click Properties
Then you choose Printing Preferences and Make Choose FastDraft

This setting will remain as your default setting now
So whne you have to Print Normal Mode
You need to change the Properties from Microsoft Word.
and it will reset everytime you close MS Word.
Cause your Default setting then is "FastDraft"

I hope this solves your problem
all the best

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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