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Anonymous
December 28, 2004 9:10:00 AM

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Canon's web site says that some of their printers have, "Dual paper
path with built-in 2 sided printing." How does this work and how
well does it work? Thank you in advance for all replies.
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Anonymous
December 28, 2004 9:10:01 AM

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Daniel Prince wrote:
> Canon's web site says that some of their printers have, "Dual paper
> path with built-in 2 sided printing." How does this work and how
> well does it work? Thank you in advance for all replies.

I have an MP780 and have used the two sided printing option a few times.
It works surprisingly well. You don't have to do anything with the
paper. The printer does all the paper manipulation that is necessary.
Anonymous
December 28, 2004 9:21:48 AM

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Canon PIXMA iP8500 Color Photo printer...duplex printing is a no brain'er!

Bill Crocker


"Daniel Prince" <neutrino1@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:1mt1t098pet9ckm7n7i1lpmi2b14uo8l09@4ax.com...
> Canon's web site says that some of their printers have, "Dual paper
> path with built-in 2 sided printing." How does this work and how
> well does it work? Thank you in advance for all replies.
> --
> I am TERRIBLY cruel to my cat. I tease him with a vine tendril
> until he either jumps up in the air to bat at it or zooms around
> in a circle until he gets too dizzy to stand up. What is cruel about
> it is that I don't do it nearly as much as he wants me to.
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December 28, 2004 2:02:12 PM

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In article <1mt1t098pet9ckm7n7i1lpmi2b14uo8l09@4ax.com>, Daniel Prince wrote:
> Canon's web site says that some of their printers have, "Dual paper
> path with built-in 2 sided printing." How does this work and how
> well does it work? Thank you in advance for all replies.

I have the ip3000 & "greyscale" with duplex is the default setup; it
is quite nice when printing a "web page" that turns out to be more than
1 page.

A 50 page doc have also been printed; had to add paper while printing
tho; but the duplex came out good enough for me as it wasn't for
publication & it was good enough for a term paper.
Anonymous
December 28, 2004 9:43:54 PM

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It work great. I use the bottom cassette for paper and the top auto
sheet feeder for photos. I duplex when using plain paper and have had
no problems.

Daniel Prince wrote:

>Canon's web site says that some of their printers have, "Dual paper
>path with built-in 2 sided printing." How does this work and how
>well does it work? Thank you in advance for all replies.
>
>
Anonymous
December 29, 2004 2:03:07 AM

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I've got the ip5000 and love the duplex printing. I've printed several
hundred pages in duplex, and have yet to get a jamb or any other problem.

tom




In article <z-adnfl1PNQJDEzcRVn-uA@comcast.com>, lew@csus_abcdefg.edu wrote:
>In article <1mt1t098pet9ckm7n7i1lpmi2b14uo8l09@4ax.com>, Daniel Prince wrote:
>> Canon's web site says that some of their printers have, "Dual paper
>> path with built-in 2 sided printing." How does this work and how
>> well does it work? Thank you in advance for all replies.
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