Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by *odie*, Oct 31, 2006.
i need to know how to format a document to print on both sides of the paper.
Isn't that just a specification in your printer software?? If your printer doesn't handle double sided printing, then it doesn't matter what Quark does.
There's always the old fashioned way of printing the first page, then reinserting that piece of paper in the printer and printing the second page.
i have to print it in my desktop publishing classroom and it has one of those big ass industrial printers so i cant do the print it and flip the paper over method, cause that was my original plan
I've only seen 2 of those larger printers but I don't remember them being able to print on both sides. You could however, manually feed in a sheet to print on it's backside. Perhaps you should check into that.
My church as one for copying sunday school materials and stuff.
I think most of the newer machines have double side option, which kicks ass. I love seeing the papers just fly out. Gets the job done rather quickly.