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Turn Off Double Sided Printing Office Jet Pro 9020

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Anyone out there know how to turn off double sided printing on an Office Jet Pro 9020?  Have been on the phone with HP for hours and they don't know!!!

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@Sparks95, Welcome to HP Support Community!

 

Which type of document are you trying to print?

  1. Open the document you want to print, click File, click Print, and then click Show Details, if necessary.

  2. Look for a Two-Sided option in the print dialog.

    Two-Sided option in the print settings

  3. Uncheck the box.

  4.  Click Layout in the unnamed print options menu at the center of the dialog. Click Two-Sided and select Off.

     

  5. 4.) Click Print.

    Once the print job is complete, these settings will be set as default for future print jobs until you select a new preset or change settings.

    You can also save your settings for future print jobs, click the Presets menu, and then select Save Current Settings as Preset.

Hope this helps! Keep me posted. 

 

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