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click on start go to control panel
click on printers and under printer look for the printer icon
right click on the printer icon for your printer and select printing preferences
click on advance and look for mirror image
turn off mirror image and click apply
try to print afterwards
When you get the print window, click "Properties", then click on the "Advanced" tab. Look for a "Mirror Image" menu item. It should say "Off". If not, click on it and you should get a drop down box to change it to off.
This is most likely a printer driver setting. When going to print, check the printer driver settings and make sure you are not set to something like "backprint film" or "T-shirt transfer" paper. Basically, any setting that would logically reverse the image.