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How to print back to back in mac OS 10.7.2?


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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.

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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OR you have the wrong or an out-of-date driver for that printer installed.
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[QUOTE=chas_m;1335667]I don't know what a MAC is.../QUOTE]

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MAC - Definition by AcronymFinder
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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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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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