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Selecting a default paper source for a specific program

I need to set a default paper souce for use by our Sage MMS program as tray 2 (so that we can print invoices exclusively from this tray). However, other packages need to default to using tray 1 - so that we don't get "ordinary" data typed on top of invoice paper.

How do I do it - every time I try and set Tray 2 as the default source via "Printers and Faxes" I get the message "There are one or more conflicting settings. One of the conflicting settings is Paper Source: Tray 2 Tray 2 not installed".

Any ideas would be gratefully received!

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That what you want is not TRAY 2 it is Manual feed!! That is need to select to be default or you can empty Tray1 and feed Tray2 and select feed automatic! This both solution will work you choose witch appropriate to you!!!
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*1 Denotes country-specific factory default values.
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Figure 1 - Paper Size Chart





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