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Media weight supported (metric)
Tray 1: A4: 75 to 90 g/m²; HP envelopes: 75 to 90 g/m²; HP Photo Paper: up to 250 g/m²; HP 10 x 15 cm photo paper: up to 250 g/m²
I wanted to find out if the printer will print on to inkjet sticker paper, gloss or matte. thanks
The answer is
Label paper is not directly supported.
You might be able to do so by selecting Media typeBrochure Matte or Glossy (as appropriate).
HP Brochure paper is typically 180 gsm.
If your label paper is lighter than that, for example 120 gsm or less, try Media type HP Presentation Paper.
The problem with "sticker" paper is that it might not be accepted by the printer sensors - having the paper type set to Brochure (or Presentation) paper can help set the rollers apart enough to accept the paper (if it is within the media weight class). Whether that is enough depends on the characteristics of the "sticker paper". What does that mean? Try it - if it does not work, it was never supported in the first place, so nothing lost for having tried.
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