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    How to print back to back in mac OS 10.7.2?
    Hi! Newbie in MAC here. again.

    So how do you print back to back in OS 10.7.2?

    The "two sided" option is grayed out in mine.

    thank you!

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    That has to be a feature of the printer in order for that to work.
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    I used to use this printer in my previous laptop (windows) and it has that option. I wonder why when I used it here in MAC, it just wont.

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    The company that made the printer you are talking about decided that Mac users (I don't know what a MAC is, perhaps you mean a raincoat?) don't need that ability, and wrote a less-capable driver.

    OR you have the wrong or an out-of-date driver for that printer installed.

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    A Mac is short for "Macintosh." It's not an acronym, thus it should not be capitalised.

    To put it another way:
    mac: a waterproof raincoat made of rubberized fabric
    MAC: a data communication protocol sub-layer, also known as the Media Access Control
    Mac: a brand name which covers several lines of personal computers designed, developed, and marketed by Apple Inc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiyawase View Post
    I used to use this printer in my previous laptop (windows) and it has that option. I wonder why when I used it here in MAC, it just wont.
    Back on topic - exactly what is the make and model of laptop?
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