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Starting page when i turn on the printer, automatically it prints a starting page. HOW CAN I DISABLE THAT OPTIONS? Thank you

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Its under the Admin Menu under Start Up Options.
Page 160 in the manual.
Good Luck

Posted on Aug 31, 2009

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  6. In the Advanced tab, select the Separator Page button.
  7. Delete the location for the separator page.
  8. Select OK .
Software or applications See documentation for the specific application that is printing a separator page. The following steps are an example of how to turn off the summary page in Microsoft(R) Word 97:
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