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How can I print using Black only, no color on my Laser jet pro MFP M278-M281

color laser jet pro MFP M278-M281
macOS 10.14 Mojave

I would like to print some items with black only, how do I do that?

Is there a manual available on-line?

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How can I print using Black only, no color on my Laser jet pro MFP M278-M281

@serocon88, Welcome to HP Support Community!

 

I understand you would want to print only in black. Before I could assist you, I would like to know is the color toner cartridge depleted?

Is there any error message on the printer?

Which application are you trying to print from?

 

Meanwhile, you can refer to the document HP Printers - Print Settings Guide (Mac) for help.

 

Keep me posted for further assistance.

 

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How can I print using Black only, no color on my Laser jet pro MFP M278-M281

You can find support manuals and information at support.hp.com. Input your model and it will show you applicable information for your printer and the operating system it detects on your computer.

 

In terms of setting black only print, I know that it can be done with Windows PC's not sure of steps to do this on a MAC. As suggested above though, you do need to have functional color cartridges in the printer. It will not print black only if the color cartridges are depleted.

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