04-24-2019 03:30 PM - edited 04-24-2019 03:31 PM
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As per the printer specifications available here, HP Tango supports Manual two sided printing. The following steps should help you print manually on both sides of the page:
1.) Open the document you want to print, click File, click Print, and then click Show Details, if necessary.
2.) Select Paper Handling from the unnamed menu at the center of the window, and then select Odd Only from the Pages to Print menu.
3.) Select Reverse.
4.) Click Print. When all the pages are printed, remove any remaining unprinted paper from the input tray, and then continue to the next step.
To print the other side, choose if you want to read the document like a booklet or like a tablet, reload the pages in the input tray, and then set up the print job in the software.
1.) Decide if you want to read the two-sided document like a booklet (flip pages along the long edge) or like a tablet (flip pages on the short top edge).
2.) Remove the first side pages from the output tray, and then load them into the input tray.
For booklet reading, load the pages with the printed side facing up and the top edge going into the printer.
For tablet reading, load the pages with the printed side facing up and the bottom edge going into the printer.
3.) Return to the Print menu in the document, and then select Even Only from the Pages to Print menu.
4.) Select Normal from the Page Order menu.
5.) Click Print.
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12-15-2019 04:48 AM - edited 12-15-2019 05:05 AM
This is completely wrong! Ive tried this several times now and it cost me so much frustration, irritation and waste of paper. You have to manually re-arrange all the prints by hand and feed them the opposite of what you describe. Im sorry but support should know what they are talking about...
12-15-2019 06:07 AM - edited 12-15-2019 04:51 PM
What is needed and paramount is to of course get the two first pages on the first piece of paper, then page 3-4 on the second etc. This doesn't HP understand so they tell you to select Reverse!? No. To print two sided booklet simply: Print the odd numbers first, (You will see they come out upside down), then flip the bundle of papers around and print the even pages on the back side. (now you will have to put the top of the pages down into the HP Tango printer so it will become booklet style, you will understand) You can try with 4 pages first as a test if needed.