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How print iron on transfers

Must "reverse image" ????

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Yes, you need to "MIRROR" the image. Go to printer properties and select the ADVANCED TAB. Click on the MIRROR setting then print onto the transfer paper. The image should print out backwards like you are looking at it in a mirror. When you iron it onto a shirt, it will come out correct.

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Looking at the User Guide, it appears that the Mirror Image option may require you to select "Iron-on transfer" as the paper type (see p. 96 in chapter 7):

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On the File menu in your software application, click Print.
2. Make sure the HP All-in-One is the selected printer.
3. Click the button that opens the Properties dialog box.
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what you want is called mirror image. It's on teh layout tab in your print settings (see here)
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Click on the Advanced tab. Look for the "Mirror Image" option. It should be "Off". If you click on "Off" the drop down menu should appear to change it to "On". Click "OK" at the bottom. Then click "Print" on the Print window.

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