Is it possible to print a copy of a document that has already been printed from the printer itself?
HI yes it is if you have a scanner too,you just print out what you need and if you forgot to save it to your documents you can scan it and then print out as many copies you need,I hope this info helps,Good luck Roberta
by Veronica Roberts 6 years ago
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by cathyvogel 7 years ago
Why is my Kodak AiO 5100 printer not printing ink on my documents?I have new print cartridges. Do I need a new print head for my kodak AiO 5100 printer since I have done absolutely everything and continue to get no print on documents I printed.
by Zara Rasul 6 years ago
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by Debra Allen 3 years ago
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Hi guys, I need to create PDF documents from my word files. How do I do it?
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