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Reversing the print

I would like to know how to reverse the the order the pages are other words instead of starting with the last page and printing to the first,start from first to last.

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Re: reversing the print

You can check/uncheck the box "start printing from last page" in : Start - Printers and faxes - Right_Click_PSC1410 - Properties - Printing preferences - Features.

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Prints last page first

The solution for your problem is simple. When you print you have to uncheck the option where it says "Print last page first". Or use the following steps: 1. Open Microsoft Word
2. Open the document to be printed
3. Click the Tools menu
4. Select Options
5. Click the Print tab
6. Check the Reverse Print Order option
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When I print several pages, I want page 1 to be on top instead of printing page 1 first, face up then I have to go through and sort them. I have a KM 6330 copier.

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Open your printers/faxes folder, right click the printer you want to change, select properties. In that window, click on printing preferences. Click on the next to last icon (should be an A with a red arrow going to an upside down A). On that screen is an option to reverse print. Click on it.

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I need to change printing pages from last to first page first

the last printed page is always on top. For a long document, it takes a while to resort and place the first page first! This is how you can get Microsoft Word to reverse the print order and save all the trouble.
I have spent so much time resorting documents after printing. On my printer, the last page printed is always on top. By printing the last page first (reverse order), the document is already correctly sorted.
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1. Open Microsoft Word
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4. Select Options
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