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Try resetting the printer: Reset the printer
-Disconnect the Universal Serial Bus (USB) cable from the back of the printer, but leave the printer turned on.
-Open the cover of the printer and remove the print cartridges.
-Close the cover and wait for the Insert Ink Cartridges message.
-Disconnect the power cord from the back of the printer and wait for one minute.
-Reconnect the power cord. If the printer does not automatically turn on, press the Power button.
-Open the cover and reinsert the print cartridges.
-Close the cover. If prompted, print a calibration page.
-Reconnect the USB cable, and try to print a print job from the computer. Hope that helps!
The print job properties screens vary depending upon your OS and the version of your printer software. When you click "Print..." from the File menu in an application, the current job properties come up. You need to look for a box that you can tick or un-tick that has to do with reversing the print order of the resulting pages.
The sort button is one of the 6 buttons on the bottom right side of the control panel within the series of buttons in the COPY controls. When making multiple copies of documents with more than one page, it tells the MFC to sort the multi-page coping jobs into the correct order of the original document rather than the seperate individual pages.
the last printed page is always on top. For a long document, it takes a while to resort and place the first page first! This is how you can get Microsoft Word to reverse the print order and save all the trouble. I have spent so much time resorting documents after printing. On my printer, the last page printed is always on top. By printing the last page first (reverse order), the document is already correctly sorted.
Here is how to do it:
1. Open Microsoft Word 2. Open the document to be printed 3. Click the Tools menu 4. Select Options 5. Click the Print tab 6. Check the Reverse Print Order option 7. Select OK
Now, all your documents will prevent in reverse order. What a lifesaver!!!
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