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che23
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how do I get my hp 8610 off of automatic two sided printing permanently.

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It seems like my hp 8610 defaultsetting is for twosided printing? Something would NEVER want.  is there a way to change this? I cant even figure out how to reset the printer for one sided at all.  I do not like this printer, sorry i bought it. 

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@che23

 

Welcome to HP Support Forum. For Windows computers, please try

 

(a) Double click printer icon on desktop,

(b) Click Set Preferences,

(c) Set Print on both sides None,

(d) Click OK/Apply.

 

Regards.

BH
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che23
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 I have a CHROMEBOOK. Do I have to go buy a computer with WINDOWS???


@banhien wrote:

@che23

 

Welcome to HP Support Forum. For Windows computers, please try

 

(a) Double click printer icon on desktop,

(b) Click Set Preferences,

(c) Set Print on both sides None,

(d) Click OK/Apply.

 

Regards.



@banhien wrote:

@che23

 

Welcome to HP Support Forum. For Windows computers, please try

 

(a) Double click printer icon on desktop,

(b) Click Set Preferences,

(c) Set Print on both sides None,

(d) Click OK/Apply.

 

Regards.


 

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