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All Canon manuals are downloadable from their website. As in PDF format, ensure you have a PDF reader (you probably already have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer) installed on your computer to be able to read it. You can have a page open and print that, rather than the whole manual, so once on your machine just go through, select pages you will need to refer to and print each individually. If you know enough about printing - you can print a range.
get the download up again
it should be a pdf version download and that will come up on the screen with page 1/ number of pages
use the printer icon on the pdf page, click on that a print page will come up
tick the pages section and go print pages 1,3,5,7 etc until that last page
click on the print tab after making sure you have sufficient paper in the printer
when finisher pick up the lot of printed pages and reverse and invert back into the printer
no click back on the pdf printer icon and in the pages to print type in 2,4,6,8 etc until the last page
go print and it will complete the book
I feel that the problem is that by only printing one page at a time , you are using the file printer and not the pdf icon printer
if you want print both side you need duplex printer. but you can print from normal printer also. for this you have to select odd option in printer window then print. by this way printer will print odd page numbers 1,3,5,7... only. after that flip printed pages and select even option in printer window. this will print even page numbers 2,4,6,7... by this way you can print papers both sides.
Check the software provided or installed on your Computer you use for work(printing software), look for print properties, check for print settings, look for manual Feed, Under manual Feed, set it for letterheads, however this has to correspond with the Applications you are using to print letterheads out of( under print, into the preferrences you should be able to have the settings as well). If your printer software does have these settings, then you will have to do it Manually upon every print.
Go online and search auto owners manuals there are several places offering them, otherwise most auto companies offer the manuals on their websites if you just want to look something up thats a good way to go but as for printing the whole manual I printed mine for my Olds and reduced it to 4 pages per sheet and still took 92 sheets, my empty printer cartridge cost me more than it would've been to just buy it online