Question about HP LaserJet 2840 All-In-One Printer
I would like to know how to make double sided copies
When you call up your printer (usually [Ctl][P]) tell it to print even numbered pages only, but in reverse order, This means the last page to be printed will be page 2, and it will be face down on the top of the pile (blank side showing) Take the printed sheets and rotate them so the top (head) of the sheet is feeding back into the machine, with the blank sides up. Now call your print up again and tell it to print the odd pages only. The first sheet to be printed will be page 1 which will print on the blank side of page 2, and all the rest will follow in sequence, with the correct sides up. Works every time. The print control is part of the Windows system, so your application should provide the full functionality.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
SOURCE: Help with my HP laserjet 2840
The HP2840 is a sigle sided scan device. To copy both sides you must copy one side then load the one sided copies in the tray again and repeat the process again. Pay close attention to which side is printed on and scanned on both the original and copies. Also the top to bottom feed order of the auto doc feeder and paper tray. It's easy to get them out of order and copy first page onto last or worse, both sides onto one side of the copy.
The HP2840 isn't capable of scanning both sides and printing both sides at once.
Hope that helps you. If so hit me with a FIXYA. If not hit my user name and further describe the problem to me so I can help you further.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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