Print Doc File on Both Sides of the Paper with MS Word

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I have HP F300 All-in-One Printer and I have a document that I need to print on both sides of the paper. How can I do it properly? The doc file is written in MS Word 2007.

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Print Doc File on Both Sides of the Paper with MS Word

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Dear mario Yulia,

Yes you can print your MS Word 2007 doc file on both side by using HP F300 All-in-One Printer. It is very easy to print doc file as the way you like.

Just print your doc file or open the MS Word 2007 doc file and click print from file menu or directly.A popup window will appear that will asked you some data. This is the main place where you have to specify how you would like to printout your document.

You will find several option, as for example print the odd pages only, print the even pages only, print current page, print whole document, print one side,print both sides etc.So select print both side and click. But you can print both side by using any selection but you have to keep your brain active to maintain page serial. 

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Print Doc File on Both Sides of the Paper with MS Word

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I think what you mean is duplex printing or printing on both sides of the paper. There are printers that offer automatic duplex printing or the option to automatically print on both sides of a sheet of paper. Others provide instructions how to do manual duplex printing so you can manually re-insert pages to print the second side. But there are printers that don’t support duplex printing.

To check if your printer supports duplex printing, you can use Microsoft Office Word. Start Microsoft Office Word then click “File”, “Print” then under “Settings”, click “Print One Sided”. If you see “Print on Both Sides” or this option is available, it means your printer is set up for duplex printing.

Check printer for duplex printing capability
Check printer for duplex printing capability

This option applies to Microsoft Office Word 2010, 2013, and 2016. In case your printer doesn’t support duplex printing, you have two other options. You can print the odd and even pages separately or use manual duplex printing.

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