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On your computer, with your file open (your document/picture, etc. that you wish to print), click File > Print. From Print dialog box, click Properties, Preferences, Options, or Setup (depending on the program). The Print Properties dialog box appears. From the Quality/Copies tab, make sure there is no check mark in the "Print Color images in Black and White ". Then hit OK button to save the setting. Once you print your colored document/pictures, etc, it should come out in color. I hope this helps.
1. From your application, Choose the print command (in ms Word "Ctrl + p"C1. From you application, choose the print command (in ms Word "Ctrl + p") 2. Choose the name of your machine in the Print dialog box and click Properties. 3. Choose Duplex / Booklet in the Properties dialog box and click OK. (see page 57 in the manual)
Hello, try this: Start Menu, > Printers and Faxes> then right-click on your printer. Move the pointer down to 'Printing Preferences' and click the 'Advanced' tab. There you will (should!) see 'print in greyscale' . Select this then click 'Apply' then 'OK' at the bottom of the page.
Many printers support duplex printing, but they don't all make the duplex option available in the same way. With some desktop printers, choosing duplex means that the printer prints all of the copies of the first side of a page, then pauses and asks you to flip the sheets that it just printed and return them to the printer, after which it prints all of the copies of the second side. This method is called manual duplexing.
To print on both sides of a sheet of paper:
On the File menu, click Print.
In the Print dialog box, in the Name list, select the printer that you want to use.
Note The information in the Properties dialog box varies depending upon the manufacturer of the printer you're using. With some printers, you will see a Layout tab with a Print on both sides option on it. With other printers, you might see a Features tab, and the duplex option might be called something like Two-sided printing. Explore the various tabs in the Properties dialog box until you locate the duplex printing option.
Choose the duplex printing option that you want.
The options will be called something like Long edge (or Flip on long edge) and Short edge (or Flip on short edge). Whether it's better for the paper to be flipped on the short edge or the long edge depends upon the type of publication you're printing. You might need to print a test publication or two to discover which option works best.
Click OK to close the Properties dialog box, and then click OK again to close the Print dialog box and print your publication.
check the margins of what you print..then check when you click print it will show the dialog box prompting you that you will print the blah blah blah...then click properties,,another dialog box will appear check if the page layout of your printing document and your printer settings are the same...hope it can help you..
PDF (Acrobat) files are a great way to make sure documents are viewed with the correct layout and fonts - even when the recipients don't have the program you used to create the documents. It's also a format that is viewable across multiple platforms. In order to create a PDF file in Windows you need to be using Adobe Acrobat Distiller.
Open the file you want to make into a PDF.
Choose File, then Print.
Use the PDFwriter option when printing from a word-processing application: Choose PDFwriter from the Name pull-down menu in the Print dialog box. Fill in the document information, then click Save.
Use Acrobat Distiller option when printing from a page layout or design program: Choose Acrobat Distiller from the Name pull-down menu in the Print dialog box. Fill in the document information, then click Save.
There is a workaround which will be suitable for those who use Print Layout in PSP instead of just Print. With your image open in PSP, goto >File >Print Layout. Now in the Print Layout screen, goto >File >Print Setup (or just click the Printer / Page Setup Icon). The Print Setup window will now appear with just your default printer displayed. There should be a Print Setup button next to the Properties button, but it never appears in Vista. You can, however, still access it. Just press 'Alt-P' and the small print setup dialog box appears, allowing you to choose a different printer!!!
Normally when you install the print software you install HP Director or solution centre software that has a estimated ink staus monitor..from user manual
Check the estimated ink levels You can easily check the ink supply level to determine how soon you might need toreplace a print cartridge. The ink supply level shows an estimate of the amount of inkremaining in the print cartridges.Tip You can also print a self-test report to see if your print cartridges mightneed to be replaced. For more information, see Print a self-test report.To check the ink levels from the HP Director (Windows)1.In the HP Director(or HP Solution Center), click Settings, point to PrintSettings, and then click Printer Toolbox.Note You can also open the Printer Toolboxfrom the Print Propertiesdialog box. In the Print Properties dialog box, click the Services tab, andthen click Service this device.2.Click the Estimated Ink Level tab.The estimated ink levels for the print cartridges appear.To check the ink levels from the HP Image Zone software (Mac)1.In the HP Director (OS 9) or HP Image Zone (OS X), choose Settings, and thenchoose Maintain Printer.2.If the Select Printer dialog box appears, select your HP All-in-One, and then clickUtilities.3.From the pop-up menu, choose Ink Level.The estimated ink levels for the print cartridges appear.
Print a self-test report If you are experiencing problems with printing, print a self-test report before youreplace the print cartridges. This report provides useful information on several aspectsof your device, including your print cartridges. Load letter, A4, or legal unused plain white paper into the paper tray.
Press and hold the Cancel / Resume button and then press the Start CopyColorbutton The HP All-in-One prints a self-test report, which might indicate the source of theprinting problem.