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do u mean the whole multi-page doc or multiple copies of the same page?
the former would be what u tell it to print (whole document vs current page). The latter would be in the printer properties config page.
Many programs allow you to change the size of the page for the
document you are creating. If the size of the page defined in the
program is different than the size of the page set in the printer
driver, the document may print too small or over multiple pages.
the application you wish to print from, check for a 'Page Setup' option
in the 'File' menu. Make sure that the defined page size in 'Page
Setup' matches the printer's settings. If you are unable to locate
'Page Setup', consult the application's 'Help' files or manual.
1. Check that you are using the latest print driver - from kyocera website. 2. If the issue is when you print pdf files then make sure you set the printer in KPDL Auto mode - check the print driver settings about this and the printer menu. 3.You may check if you have the latest firmware installed within the printer - print a service status page (Menu->Others->Service).
On printers without a duplexer (a device that flips the paper to allow printing on both sides) you will have to print the first side, manually flip and print the second side. If you're using MS Word or MS Publisher you can easily configure the program to organize the pages for you:
Start a new, blank document.
-Click File, Page Setup then click the Margins tab.
-In the Multiple pages section select Book fold.
-Set your document to landscape orientation if it is not already.
-In the Inside and Outside boxes, type or select the amount of space you want for your margins.
-In the Sheets per booklet list select the number of pages you want to include in a single booklet. If the number of pages in the document exceeds the number of pages you select for a booklet, Word prints the document as multiple booklets.
-When you get ready to print make sure you check the manual duplex box (should be in the first dialog box that appears when you click on File, Print).
Word will print the first page, and then prompt you to take the pages that just printed and load them into the input tray of your printer. The trick is to learn how to orient the pages correctly for your printer.