For example Long Edge will mean that you turn from one page to the next along the long edge of the paper, much like an A4 magazine or brochure. Short Edge would mean that you turn the page from the short edge of the paper, much like that of a notepad.
Just so, what is collated on a printer?
In printing, the term Collate refers to the gathering and arranging of individual sheets or other printed components into a pre-determined sequence. Basically, Collating creates consistent, logical sets from multiple parts. Diagram A illustrates four sets of documents which have been collated.
How do you turn off double sided printing?
- Click the Start button and select Devices and Printers on the right.
- Right-click the printer or copier for which you want to turn off duplex printing and select Printing Preferences.
- On the Finishing tab (for HP printers) or the Basic tab (for Kyocera copiers), uncheck Print on both sides.
- Click OK.
How does manual duplex printing work?
Print on both sides of the paper (duplex printing) in Word. Most printers offer the option of automatically printing on both sides of a sheet of paper (automatic duplex printing). Other printers provide instructions so that you can manually reinsert pages to print the second side (manual duplex printing).