Print on Both Sides of the Paper (Duplex Printing) (Windows) - TS3320 / TS3322

Article ID: ART176801 | Date published: 05/22/2020 | Date last updated: 05/22/2020


You can adjust a setting in the printer driver to print on both sides of a page with the PIXMA TS3320 / TS3322 on a Windows PC.


Duplex Printing

Example of two-sided document


Arrow pointing to right

Document with printing on both sides

Follow the steps below to toggle the Duplex Printing option in the printer driver. This option allows you to print on both sides of a page.

 You can also set duplex printing in Additional Features on the Quick Setup tab.

  1. Open the printer driver setup window.

  2. Check the Duplex Printing (Manual) check box on the Page Setup tab.

    figure:Duplex Printing (Manual) check box on the Page Setup tab

     If you uncheck this box, Duplex Printing (Manual) will be disabled.

  3. Select Normal-size, Fit-to-Page, Scaled, or Page Layout from the Page Layout list.

  4. The best Stapling Side is selected automatically from the Orientation and Page Layout settings. To change the setting, select another stapling side from the list.

  5. If necessary, click Specify Margin... and set the margin width, and then select OK.

  6. Select OK on the Page Setup tab.
    When you print, the document is first printed on one side of a sheet of paper. After one side is printed, reload the paper correctly according to the message.
    Then select Start Printing to print the opposite side.

 When a media type other than Plain Paper is selected from Media Type on the Main tab, Duplex Printing (Manual) appears grayed out and is unavailable.

 When Borderless, Tiling/Poster or Booklet is selected from the Page Layout list, Duplex Printing (Manual) and Stapling Side appear grayed out and are unavailable.

 If the back side of the paper becomes smudged during duplex printing, perform Bottom Plate Cleaning in the Canon IJ Printer Assistant Tool.

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