Xerox machines are no longer found in every small lane and side alley in India’s big cities, with Xerox centers now primarily centered around colleges and institutions. With an increasing number of people owning a printer at home, many people are curious about how to Xerox in the printer.
You can now make copies of your papers at home using your printer. Here’s how you can go about doing that.
Step-by-step instructions on how to Xerox in a printer
- Gather your documents for copying and turn on your printer.
- Open your printer’s lid and place your documents so that the side you want to xerox or copy is facing down on the glass.
- Double-check the alignment to ensure that your printer can print the complete page.
- Close the printer lid; if you’re copying a large book, you can remove the lid rather than trying to push it close.
- Next, decide whether you want a colored or black-and-white Xerox.
- You can also choose the type of paper and the size of the duplicated page in some multipurpose printers. When compared to the original document that you are copying from, this allows you to expand or reduce the document.
- Decide how many copies of Xeroxed papers you’d like. Make sure you have enough sheets in the printer to finish the Xerox.
- Press the Start/Copy/Print button now.
- Collect the sheets once they’ve completely exited the printer.
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How can I Xerox a double-sided copy in the printer?
You must make double-sided copies if you wish to Xerox in a printer so that both sides of a page are printed.
If you want to do this, select the ‘2-sided’ or ‘double-sided’ option from the printer when entering the details.
Start copying a page by pressing Start, and then repeat for each page.
Other Xerox printer tips
- Defects in the source document, such as alignment issues, will show up in the duplicated copy. As a result, be cautious when choosing alternatives, aligning the page, and printing.
- The quality of the Xeroxed material is inversely related to the speed of copying. If speed is more important, the quality will almost certainly suffer.
- Check your printer for ink streaks or missing ink cartridges before using Xerox in the printer. You can run a test print to see if there are any problems and, if necessary, replace the ink cartridges.