If you are reading this guide, you most likely already have everything you will need, but in case you are wondering, these are the requirements for this Instructable:
A Printing Source
- I say "Source" and not computer because there are so many different devices that can be used with a computer including tablets and smart phones (all of which are technically computers anyway, but I try to avoid confusion). You also need to be able to modify printer settings on your device. This is typically achievable by any user.
- Their are two primary types of printers found in homes:
Top Loading - This kind of printer has a paper tray at the top of the printer. The printed paper then comes out the front.
Front Loading - This kind of printer has a paper tray on the front of the printer, usually underneath of where the printed paper comes out of.
The first few steps of this guide will help you understand how your particular printer functions, while the final few steps will show you how to print double sided.