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Hp Officejet L7680 will not print in duplex on legal size paper in Publisher 2007

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I have a HP Officejet Pro L7680 with the most current HP drivers installed on Vista Business 32bit.  When I am printing in Publisher 2007, on legal size paper with both sided printing selected it still prints out in simplex.  I have tried everything I can think of.  Properties are good, the document size in Publisher is legal, the document size in printing options is legal, and is set to both sided printing.....  Help!
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by:Nukebug
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It worked fine previously in Publisher 2003, this is what i am not understanding.  I direct upgrade should not affect the way print jobs are completed.
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Joanne M. Orzech earned 500 total points
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Since you haven't received any responses, I did a little bit of research... but there are so many variables involved...

See http://h30434.www3.hp.com/psg/board/message?board.id=Software&message.id=43#M43




and I know this does not refer to your exact printer but post for what it's worth.

you can resolve the issue of duplexing in vista using the following steps.

a. Please open HP solution center click on Settings>> print settings>> printer settings
* change the duplex printing settings to automatic in the solution center

* Now click on Start>> control panel>> printers folder >> right click on printer icon and select printer properties
* In the printer properties and in the advance option the duplex printing had a status not installed.
* change the status to installed from not installed.
* uncheck the manual duplex printing in the advanced Tab
* Try printing.

b. Step-1
1. Open the HP solution center . Click settings  print settings  printer settings.
2. Click on the printing shorcuts tab .
3. Select Automatic under the print both sides.
4. Click on the Finishing tab and Enable the option  Print on both the sides
5 Click OK .

c. Steps -2
1. Click the Start (Windows) icon, click Control Panel, click Hardware & Sounds, and then click Printers.
2. Right Click on the printer icon and Select Properties.
3. Click on the Device settings Tab.
4. Under the Installable option  Duplex unit for two sided printing  Disable the Allow Manuall Duplexing.
5. Click Ok.

Here are the steps:

1) Click Add Printer
2) Select local printer
3) Choose Port as LPT1
4) Choose HP and then select HP Deskjet 6500

After the driver is installed, perform below steps:

1) Right click on HP Deskjet 6500 printer icon in Printers folder
2) Click on Properties
3) Click on Ports tab
4) Click Add a port > New Port > Select STANDARD TCP/IP PORT (HP Std TCP/IP port would be the one already selected) >Enter the Ipaddress for the Std TCP/IP port, create a port.
5) Click Apply and click Ok

Now try to print.

Close any application we are trying to Duplex from

 Open the Properties for the driver and under the Finishing tab, select Print on Both Sides manually, and Preserve Layout. Leave all other driver settings default, and try printing from Wordpad first before printing from application

http://www.vistaclues.com/update-vista-drivers-for-the-hp-officejet-7410-all-in-one/
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