1-sided Printing and 2-sided Printing from Windows (D1300 Series)

Article ID: ART114529 | Date published: 05/11/2015 | Date last updated: 08/15/2015


You can select whether to print on one side or sides of each sheet of paper. If the machine you are using supports 2-sided printing, the default setting is 2-sided printing.


Precautions on 2-sided printing

  • Do not touch your document when making 2-sided printing until the process is complete. After printing on the front side is complete, the document is partially output, reserved, and fed into the machine again for printing on the back side.
  • Be sure to close the sub-output tray before making 2-sided printing.

Printing to the back side of printed document (Manual 2-sided printing)
Two-sided printing can be performed manually using a printed document. Place a printed document in the multi-purpose tray to print on the back side*.
To print on the back side of a printed document, smooth out the curling edges of the sheets and place them one by one in the multi-purpose tray.

*This feature is supported only for sheets printed from this machine. You cannot make a print on the printed side again.
1. According to the paper size for 2-sided printing, ensure to set the paper size switch lever accurately.
If not securely attached, documents may not be fed properly, or jammed.


1. Open the lower rear cover.

2. Securely place the blue color paper size switch lever (A).

  • A4:                      Pull
  • Letter. Legal         Push


3. Close the lower rear cover.

2. Click [Finishing].

3. Select [2-sided Printing] from [Print Style].

4. Select the binding edge from [Binding Location].

The output image is displayed in the preview area.

5. Click [OK].

  • The page sizes for which 2-sided printing is available differ according to printer model.
  • The display may differ according to the operating system, as well as the type and version of the printer driver.

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