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Printing Double-Sided

To save paper, printing double-sided is a great solution. Every application or printer may have it’s own options of printing double-sided. Here are the steps in doing so.

Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, & other Microsoft Apps

  1. Either click the ‘printer’ button or go to the File tab and scroll down to ‘Print…”
  2. Select your printer of choice by using the choice selector after ‘Printer’
  3. The third choice selector will default on ‘Copies & Pages’, click here and choose ‘Layout’ as seen in the screenshot under attachments named "microsoft-double.png".
  4. You will have the choice to print ‘Two-Sided:’ which is defaulted on Off. Choose either ‘Long edge binding’ or ‘Short edge binding’
  5. Click ‘Print’ to print your document

Preview

  1. Go to the File tab and scroll down to ‘Print…”
  2. Sometimes the popup will show the minimum information. Click the 'down arrow' to open it
  3. Select your printer of choice by using the choice selector after ‘Printer’
  4. Check off ‘Two-Sided’ and click the ‘Print’ Button
    (See the screenshot under attachments named "preview-double.png")
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Troubleshooting

  1. Make sure you click on Printer Auth icon on the desktop and sign into that before you want to print something (using your biology username and password). After you sign in, you can go ahead and print your desired scholarly document.
  2. If you see a printer on the side menu bar and it is hopping around with a red number, go ahead and click on that. If your job reads “On Hold” highlight the job you want to print and click on the “Resume” button on the top.
  3. If you are asked to enter your name again in a separate box (a gray one) with Registered User selected, change your full name that was pre-filled to your biology username and password.
  4. If this doesn’t work, try quitting PrinterAuth and log back and repeat steps if necessary.
  5. If that doesn’t work, seek a wonderfully helpful consultant!