Why should I collate pages? You should use collated printing if you are printing more than one copy of a document. This will make it easier to keep each copy in a separate pile.
In printing lingo, collate is often used to mean “collate copies.” That means that instead of printing individual papers, the printer “accumulates” these documents together to create a complete set. The next time you are printing a document, check out the print preview page.
The literal definition of “collated” is: collected and combined (texts, information, or sets of figures) in proper order. When used by a printer, this means that the file has multiple pages that need to printed in the exact order of the file. Uncollated means that the file's pages will be printed separately.
Duplex printing means that your printer supports printing on both sides of the paper. Printers that are only capable of printing out documents single-sided are sometimes called simplex printers.
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Set up a printer to print to both sides of a sheet of paper
Reverse printing, also known as negative printing, is where only the background is printed. The natural colour of the tape is left exposed to form text and graphics. For example, in the above image (top left), a naturally white packing tape has been blanketed with black ink.
Paper orientation for manual duplex printing
|•||Put the side to be printed on face down with the leading edge (top) of the paper at the front of the tray.|
|•||To print on the second side, put the paper face up, with the leading edge (top) of the paper at the front of the tray.|
Duplex printing means that you can print on both sides of the paper with your printer either automatically or manually by turning the paper over after the first side has printed.
Simplex printing is the industry term used to describe one-sided printing. Typically, simplex printing is one-sided printing where the printed image (when viewed) has the long edge of the print media to the left.
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I was especially intrigued by the one pass double sided printing and scanning. If you are unfamiliar with this, it means that instead of printing side A and the automatically turning the page over to print side B (auto duplex), the printer prints both sides at the same time (in one pass).
First there's the ADF or the automatic document feeder. Now this scans one side of a page workingMoreFirst there's the ADF or the automatic document feeder. Now this scans one side of a page working its way through a stack of papers until there's nothing left then.
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Duplex printing is always necessary, in any case, if documents need to be bound. Duplex printing is an indispensable tool when designing brochures or small books. In this case, the printer settings must be set precisely, so that no sheets of paper slip or are swapped in the paper output.
To print on both sides of the paper, select the 2-Sided Printing setting and select the options you want. To print multiple pages on one sheet of paper, or print one image on multiple sheets of paper, select one of the settings in the Multi-Page menu and select the printing options you want.
The main benefit of duplex printing is the instant 50% saving in media costs. By using both sides of the page, paper wastage is halved whilst providing the same amount of content in a document half the size.
• Flip on long edge will print the pages so that you flip them side-to-side like you would. for an up-right book or binder (ie. - along the long edge black arrow). • Flip on short edge will print the pages so that you flip them over the top as you would. for a calendar (ie./ - along the short edge red arrow).
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This occurs due to the binding position automatically being set to [Long Edge [Top]] when the printing orientation is [Landscape].