how_to_print_copy_scan_and_other_functions_for_several_models.doc

How_to_print_copy_scan_and_other_functions_for_several_models.doc

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Types of Printers There are several types of printers in use on the tenth floor. HP LaserJet 3390 HP LaserJet M5035 MFP HP 4250n/4350 HP Color Laser 4500 HP Color Laser 4700 HP LaserJet 8100 DN Canon Image Runner 4570G HP Color InkJet 1600 HP Business InkJet 2800 HP LaserJet 3390 Software Requirement HP 3390 Console How to Print on a HP 3390 How to Copy on a HP3390 How to Fax on a HP3390 How to Scan on a HP3390
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Return to Top Software Requirement Before you can fully use the HP3390 printer, you must call the help desk and request that the HP3390 printer software be installed on your computer. Return to HP3390 How to Print on a HP3390 Select the Print option after selecting the File menu. The print window is displayed: Click on the downward arrow in the Name box and select a HP3390 printer. After selecting the number of copies and how many pages to print, click the OK button. Return to HP3390 How to Copy on a HP3390 Please view the display of the 3390 console in another browser window. To the right of the 3390 console screen display is the COPY button. Above the COPY button are various options (#of Copies, Paper, etc.). To use the default settings for the COPY options to make 1 copy: 1. Place the document face up in the feeder. 2. Press the COPY button. If you want to modify a COPY option, the following will modify the # of Copies option. The same procedure would be used to modify any of the COPY options. 1. Press the # of Copies button. 2. In the 3390 console screen display, the number 1 will be displayed. 3. Below the 3390 console screen display are the following buttons:
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o Left arrow button o Enter button o Right arrow button o Cancel button 4. Press the Right arrow button to increase the number of Copies. 5. Press the Left arrow button to decrease the number of Copies. 6. If you decide not to modify the number of Copies, press the Cancel button. Otherwise, press the Enter key. 7. After modifying the various COPY options, press the Enter button to create "Custom settings" which will display in the 3390 console screen display. 8. Finally, press the Start Copy button. 9. When finished with the COPY function, press the Cancel button to reset the COPY options to their default settings. Return to HP3390 How to Scan on a HP3390 After the HP3390 software is installed on your computer, select the START menu ( START => Programs => HP => HP LaserJet 3390 ) To create a shortcut right click on HP LaserJet 3390 and select Send To => Desktop
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To set up SCAN, select the icon you just created. The following will be displayed.
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Select Setup and the following window will be displayed. Select the option to create a new destination with settings that you would specify and click the Next button. The Destination window will be displayed:
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Select whether you want to save the scanned document to your computer or attach it to an email. Now click the Next button. Note that if you want to do both options you will have to create a new destination and you will have to create two different name or you can just change an existing scan destination in the first section.
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  • Fall '19
  • IP address, Windows Vista, Inkjet printer, Fax, HP LaserJet

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