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HP3510 J6
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Cannot tolerate wasting paper.  Need hard copy of ins. policies - need to print double sided - too many pages.

Can I?

Thank you all.

RISandie

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@RISANDIE 

 

If this is your printer:

HP Deskjet 3510 e-All-in-One Printer series 

Product introduced August 2012

 

and

No duplex options for printing.

It follows that there are no options for duplex copy.

 

Duplex Print OptionsNone

 

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Dragon-Fur

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Two thoughts:

 

1. when you select "print", change the output-device to "PDF". Then, save the PDF to a USB memory-stick, and take the memory-stick to any "print-shop", such as STAPLES, and get them to print the PDF onto their double-sided printer.

Maybe, they can supply paper with 3 pre-drilled holes, for inserting those pages into a 3-ring binder.

 

2. when your select "print", select specific pages, e.g., "1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19" and print.

Flip the pages over, and re-insert them into your printer. 

Then, select "print", and select specific pages, e.g., "2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18.10", and print.

 

Of course, you'll need to "test", first. 

Take one piece of paper, and mark it with the words "top" and "bottom" on one side of the piece of paper.

Insert the paper, "top" first, face-up, into your printer's paper-tray.

Print any one-page document.

Did the "test" page print, superimposed on your markings, or on the "back" of that one piece of paper? 

This tells you how to re-insert those "1,3,5..." pages, to get pages "2,4,6,..." printed on the back.

 

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