I am having a problem with my printer. I have worked hours trying to fix it to no avail. I am printing the instructions for a program I won, Creative Embroidery. I was printing them every other page so I could use both sides of the paper. I got one whole side done and 77 pages of the second side when I ran out of ink. Now I need to print from just page 78 to the end and I don’t know how to do that. I have an HP2300 printer. Can anyone there help me? - Marjorie Zurfehr
Isn’t it frustrating when something like this happens? There are a couple of things you can try, depending on which program you are printing from. It is usually the program that limits your options, rather than the printer itself.
If you are printing from MS Word your solution is simple: When you choose File Print and have the print dialog box on your screen, you can enter the exact pages you wish to print (separated by a comma) into the Page Range area in the Pages option (ie: 78,80,82,84) etc. This method can also be used when printing from Internet Explorer.
If you are printing from Adobe Reader, you are able to choose your page range (ie: 78-100) and then the subset – Odd or Even pages only.
Unfortunately, there are a number of programs that do not allow you to enter a range of pages you would like to print. In this case, my only advice is to print each page individually (ie: File Print, Pages From: 78 To: 78 to print page 78) and so on. Very long winded but it will still achieve the result you require.
I hope you find this helpful, Good Luck.
Megan @ Secrets