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You can get transparency foils for either laser or most ink jet printers.
You USUALLY need to make a setting in the printer setup screen for transparency.
Transparencies take more time to dry for the ink jets so do them and don't stack them till dry. Also you have to pay attention to which surface to have the printing on. One side will take the ink, the other it won't dry.
You should be able to. The only time you need to be concerend with that brand is when you are pringing with a laser printer. You need to have ones that will not melt in a laser printer fuser. There is no heating unit in a inkjet printer.
First of all, are you working with a laser printer or inkjet? if it is laser make sure that you have the correct transparency, IT MUST BE HEAT RESISTANT! if it is not,u'll end up buying a new fuser unit. then...
1. Put the transparency in your MP tray 2. When selecting "print" click on properties and select your MP tray as your source, 3. Select Transparency for you media type.
after doing this you will be able to print your transparencies.
Nice printer.. Hope this will give hints. Considering transparency papers, please try another batch of or a piece of transparency paper. Try to adjust also the graphics preferences (dark to light) aside from transparency paper selection. Have a nice day.
You can't use ordinary transparencies if you use ink... find a special transparency that is sold by Espon, but that's rare to find now... only Laser printers can print color or black on ordinary transparency