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My HP C6380 won't print multiple copies of a page even though I select how many copies I want of the page . I have to keep printing each page individually which is very time consuming.

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What is he OS ?........what connection USB/wireless ?..........From what application you are printing? ..........have you checked the printer printing properties and ticked of the collate check box where you have selected mutiple pages ?.....

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http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01527492.pdf

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