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Patrick0313
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turning off duplex function

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HP Officejet Pro 8610
macOS 10.12 Sierra

I'm not a techie.  I want to single-side print some documents, but I don't see how to turn off the two-sided printing function. Help please, I'm frustrated and desperate!  Thanks.

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Hi Patrick0313,

 

Thank you for purchasing HP products.

 

You can follow the steps below to disable Duplex or Two-Sided printing.

(Note: The option on your Mac will vary depending on your operating system version)

 

 

Step 1: Check Duplex Driver Setting

 

1. Click on Apple

2. Select System Preferences

3. Select Print & Scan

4. Click on your printer on the left, on the right select Options and Supplies

5. Under the General or Driver tab look for a Duplex Printing check box, please uncheck Duplex Unit

6. Select OK

 

Once the setting has been adjusted, please test printing again. Should the print job still print two-sided, please proceed to next step.

 

Step 2: Check Duplex Print Dialogue Setting

 

1. Open the document you want to print single-sided

2. Click on File and Print

3. In the Print dialogue box look for Two-Sided, please uncheck it

4. Click Print

 

Hope this helps to resolve your issue.

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