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when you hit print there is windows that will pop up, there you can change the number of copies to print at a time. if you don't change the value from 1 to another number then you can only print one copy at a time. once you are done make sure to change the value set by you to 1 to avoid printing multiples unneeded copies in the future
You can make multiple copies by loading them print side up into the upper feeder you'd use to fax, then entering the number of copies on the keypad and hitt the copy button for color or black or you may lift up the carriage and place a page on the scanner glass, close the carriage select the number of copies and hit the copy button for color or black
Does this work with all programs (e.g. when you try to print a page from Google) or does it happen only when using your word processing program? Which program are you using?
When you tell it to print one page there is generally a place in every word processor that will allow you to tell it how many copies you want. Make sure that setting is correct. Check your default settings as well to ensure they are set to one page.
If you don't know how to change the number of copties, go to your help setting in the program and look up "copies"
Also check your hardware setting on your printer to make sure you don't have it set to 5 copies.
Hi, my name is Juanita and I will try to help you with your problem.
What kind of printer do you have? And when you say you can't print multiple copies, is it the problem with setting the number of copies in the print dialogue box, or is it the problem for printer settings?
For this problem, I contacted the Inti Prima Karya. It is a cheap printing solution for all your printing needs. It would be much cheaper to use their offset printing solution.
This problem is caused by Mopier Mode being enabled by default. The idea of Mopier Mode is to minimise computer and network traffic by sending only 1 copy to a printer equiped with suitable internal memory. That stored copy is then used to produce the multiple copies. Most HP Laserjets do not have suitable internal memory and so only the one copy sent by the computer gets printed. To disable Mopier Mode:
Click Devices and Printers
Right click your Laserjet Printer
Select Printer Properties
Click the Device Settings Tab
Scroll down to the bottom
If necessary, expand Installable Options
Click on Mopier Mode
Select Disable in the selection box that appears
You will now get multiple copies.
On your Brother's drop- down menu, left click on PRINTING PREFERENCES . On the BASIC tab, choose the number of prints in the COPIES box, then left click on APPLY. If that does not work, go into PROPERTIES, left click on the SECURITY tab, and check that you have authorization to run multiple prints. Also, check your PRINT SPOOLING mode to make sure it is activated, and check authorizations in OFFICE 2007- it may be set to restrict multiple color pints.
I would try changing the driver you are using. There are multiple drivers and it really sounds like that will resolve your problem.
For the drivers go to Xerox.com.
on the tool bar select Support and Drivers.
Then enter your printer number, being phaser enter phaser 7300 in the search .
Select your operating system and there will be PS and PCL drivers.
I am 99.9 percent sure the issue is in the driver.
If you make copies of multiple documents at a time, the number of pages the fax can scan into memory varies depending on the scanning resolutions as follows:
* STANDARD and FINE result in the same resolution when making copies * If MEMORY FULL appears on the LCD when making copies, reduce the number of documents to be copied or reduce the amount of total copies.
Lift up the document tray.
Insert the top of the document, face up, into the ADF (1) until a beep is heard.
Adjust the document guide to the width of the document.
Press <Resolution> to select the resolution. You can select [STANDARD], [FINE] or [PHOTO].
Enter the number of copies (up to 99) using the numeric buttons. To make a correction to the number of copies, press <Clear> and re-enter the number.
Press <Start/Copy>. To stop copying anytime, press <Stop>. If the document does not eject, press <Start/Copy> for a few seconds, then the fax will feed out the document.
The new resolution will remain until it is changed.