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kjabby
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Registered: ‎01-29-2009
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printing last page first

How do I change the settings for the printer to print the first page of my project, first...instead of last page first?
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DexterM
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Re: printing last page first

Under Printing Preferences, you should have an option which says 'Back to Front' and 'Front to Back'. choose the appropriate one and that should solve the problem.
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suzybear22
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Registered: ‎09-28-2010
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Re: printing last page first

I have the same problem as the other person with my new HP Photosmart Plus B209 and the first thing I did was look to the preferences. Unfortunately, the section on the Advanced tab where one would change that setting is greyed out.

 

WWhat can I do to enable that setting?

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suzybear22
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Registered: ‎09-28-2010
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Re: printing last page first

The button is still greyed out; my pages are still printing back to front, leaving the reverse of page one blank when there's an odd number of pages, instead of the blank being behind page 3.

 

Has ANYONE found a solution to this problem, reasoning behind the option to change to front first to last greyed out?

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MCKEECH
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Registered: ‎08-06-2012
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AJAY_GULERIA
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Re: printing last page first

FOR SOLVE YOUR PROBLM, PLZ OPEN PRINTER & FAXES FROM CONTROL PANEL->NOW RIGHT CLICK ON YOUR PRINTER->NOW CLICK ON PRINTING PREFERENCE-> NOW CLICK ON BASIC TAB-> NOW CHANGE YOUR PRINTING ORDER I.E. BACK TO FRONT.

 

REPLY IF SUCCESS :-)

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