12-31-2019 11:34 AM
It supports Cards media for an inkjet printer, in the weight (media thickness) of 163 to 200 gsm.
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12-31-2019 08:06 PM
That's what I thought. So I got the printer, and now I can't figure out how to set it for cardstock. I'm looking at various things online for HP printing with cardstock that don't seem accurate for this printer.
- Adjust paper tray. Go to ‘Printer and Devices’ and select ‘Paper Handling’ on the menu. Scroll and select “Heavy” or “Card Stock” on the “Tray” menu.
- Change printer settings. Click on the document to be printed. Click on the “Print” option to open the dialog box for settings. Click on “Properties” >> “Paper Quality >> “Card Stock”. Click “Ok”.
I'm not finding any way to adjust the paper tray with a "Paper Handling" option. For Paper Quality there's no option for Heavy for for Card Stock, but there is one for "plain paper, thick." I'm using Windows 10 if that helps.