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How do I do double sided copying?

Last Updated: Jul 24, 2015  |  38 Views
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To make a double-sided copy at the photocopiers:

1) Choose the Copy button to see the appropriate menu.

2) On the screen, choose either "1 to 2-sided" (if you have two sheets of paper you'd like to combine), or "2- to 2-sided" if the original is two sided.

3) Place the papers you would like to copy (face-up) in the document feeder, or, if your document will not feed through the document feeder, place on the glass face-down.

4) Press the green button to start copying.

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