Hi - just a quick question. I have a number of double sided A4 sheets that i need to photocopy. I need the copies reflect the original i.e. to be double sided also. Any ideas how i find this setting on the Canon IR2000, thanks very much.
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First normaly copy first side, then take copied paper and set it in bypass tray, when you do thath, the copier ask you for paper size and type, choose correct sett. and confirm with OK.The side on wich you want to print must be face down in bypass tray.
open the photo copier put the original copy on top of the screen words facing down then cover the machine then press copy then ok after it will copy, after remove the copy from the photocopier then pull the tray and put that copy on that tray the words copied facing up then put the tray back then open the upper side where you put the original copy then change it to another side, cover the photocopier, press copy then ok it will copy on boss sides.
these machines have a duplex unit all machines this size does, now a duplex unit is where the paper double sides in the machine, like doing a double sided copy.
i know off some people think that a duplex unit is the DADF (document feeder).
you copy first side normaly. then on left side open bypass deck.Put the paper, so that the side on wich you want to print is down. Automatically when you put paper in bypass, the machine ask you wich format is it ( eg. A4 ), confirm with OK, then you need to tell machine wich type of paper ( eg. plain paper ) and OK. then green copy key.