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Have to manually press print on the printer

I have to manually press print on the printer in order for some jobs to print. This is a shared computer.

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Make sure you and the other person both have the exact same paper type in you rprinter defaults in print properties. This is usually the case as the printer is looking for different paper size or type.

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  • Jim Rearick Nov 08, 2010

    I have found that setting both tray 1and tray 2 size and type of paper (under the "paper handling" menu) to "any size" and "any type" usually solves those types of issues.
    Give it a try.
    Keep in mind that the "manual feed" setting will also be a factor.
    For some reason, this setting is found under the "configure device" menu.

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