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HP Deskjet D1341 Prints Backward!

One difference between inkjet printers and laser printers is that the output of a inkjet printer faced up, while the output of laser printer is faced down. What that means is that multi-page output from the laser printer is the correct sequence, while a multi-page output from the inkjet printer is reversed.

One thing that have always bothered me in the past is that I already have to manually resort the print outs by my inkjet printer. That is no longer the case with the HP Deskjet D1341 inkjet printer. When you send a print job to it, it automatically print the pages backward! So that when it's done printing, the pages are already sorted. What an amazing idea!? I look forward to seeing other inkjet printers accomplish this feat.

Chieh Cheng
Sun, 01 Apr 2007 20:02:22 -0700

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