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How to print two sided w/HP 1510


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I used to use windows for printing and it was easy. Now that I have this new iMac its not so easy at all.

How do I print two sided pages? I've been given some very clumsy instructions from the Mac hotline and I think that there should be a better way. Any clues?

Also, how do I enlarge text from a webpage to print?

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