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Can this samsung print two pages on one paper? you know, like two sides?

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  • A Miller Sep 10, 2010

    Print the first side ... turn the paper over and print the second side ... simple

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This is not possible by default but by some manipulation it is All you have to do is print the first page out but remove the paper tray so the device does not pick up the second page immediately after then put back the printed page on top of the paper stackand position it the other way around so the printing will be done on the other side
Hope this solution has been helpful?

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