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AR-235 how to set default to duplex - network printer

Printer installed on a server and shared from there

Need to set duplex to be the default

Anyone know how to do this?

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On the server, go into the 235's properties, click on the advanced tab, click on printing defaults. That's where the clients get their default printer settings from. If that helps, please rate me. Thanks.

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Then once the drivers are installed all you need to do is to navigate to the Windows control panel and double click printers and faxes on the computer that the printer is connected to.
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I gonna try to help you.
1. you need all the computers connected to same network.
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c. you also need to know what your computer that shares the printer is named.
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