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Printing Single-Sided
Posted by Bethany Childs on 07 April 2016 11:19 AM

All standard Black & White printers are set to print double-sided (duplex) by default as this method reduces waste of paper and supplies. As this method removes the need for additional sheets, the cost for duplex printing is discounted when compared to printing two single-sided documents. If you wish to print single-sided (simplex), instead of the double-sided (duplex) default, be cognizant that this will result in a higher cost for the print job as described in the Costs section of our website.

 
Printing single-sided documents from a PC:

From a Microsoft Office document, select File > Print. From the Print Settings section, change the Print on Both Sides drop-down to select Print One Sided.

Printing from a PC Word

From a Web Browser or other document, select File > Print. From the Print dialog box, click Properties. On the Printing Shortcuts tab, from the Print on both sides drop-down, select No.

Printing from a PC Browser

Click OK, then click Print.

Printing single-sided documents from a Mac:

If you wish to print single-sided (simplex), instead of the double-sided (duplex) default, be cognizant that this will result in a higher cost for the print job as described in theCosts section. From a Microsoft Office document, select File > Print. From the Print dialog box, select from the third drop-down menu listed as Copies & Pages to Layout. From the Two-Sided drop-down, select No. From a Web Browser or other document, select File > Print. From the Print dialog box, uncheck Two-Sided. Click Print.

Printing from a Mac Word


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