I understand you would like to know how to print both sides on your printer.
Don't worry I'll try to help you out.
Did you make any changes to your printer?
What is the operating system you are running on your PC to assist you better?
Try the steps recommended below.
Use the duplexing settings in the print driver to print on both sides of the pages.
To avoid paper jams, do not print on both sides of transparencies, envelopes, photo paper, glossy paper, paper lighter than 60 g/m2 (16 lb) and paper heavier than 105 g/m2 (28 lb).
To avoid page ordering issues, load enough blank paper into the input tray to fully complete your print job.
Open the document that you want to print, click File, then click Print.
Select the name of your printer, then click Printer Properties or Preferences, or Printer Setup, depending on what displays.
The Document Properties or Printing Preferences window opens.
If a Printing shortcuts tab is available, select the Print on Both Sides or Two-sided (Duplex) Printing option, if available.
If a Printing Shortcut tab or a duplexing shortcut is not available, click the Layout, Features, or Finishing tab, depending on which tab displays in your driver version.
Locate the Print on Both Sides or Two-sided printing menu or option, then select the binding or page flip option depending on if you want the document to read like a booklet or a tablet.
Click OK, then click Print.
If the printer automatically pulls the pages back in and prints the other side, your printer supports automatic duplexing. The print job completes and you do not need to continue with these steps.
Remove the printed first side pages from the output tray, then tap the stack on a flat surface to align the pages.
Load the printed first side pages into the main input tray. How you load the pages depends on if you have a rear load input tray or a front load input tray.
Many print drivers display a pop-up window on the computer with instructions on how to reload the paper. Use the steps in the window if they display.
For most rear loading printers, flip the pages over so that the printed side is facing down, and load the bottom short edge into the printer.
For most front loading printers, load the stack printed side facing up (Inkjets) or facing down (LaserJets) with the bottom edge of the printer or the top edge into the printer.
The other side of the pages print.
Refer this article to know more information about duplex printing.
Also, refer the printer user guide to know more information.
Let me know if this helps!
Have a great day ahead! 🙂
A4Apollo I am an HP Employee
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