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How to Enable Duplex Printing in ProTEXT and ProDEX
To Enable Duplex (both sides at once) Printing, you must do TWO THINGS:
  1. Enable Duplex Printing in ProTEXT or ProDEX
  2. -AND- Enable Duplex Printing in your Printer Driver
    (Duplexing won't work until you do BOTH of these things!)
STEP 1 - Enable Duplex Printing in ProTEXT or ProDEX
Step 1 - Enable Duplexing in the Program
STEP 2 - Enable Duplex Printing in your Duplex Printer Driver
Step 2 - Enable Duplexing in the Printer Driver
If Duplexing still doesn't work - do a sanity check on your Printer and Driver
Maybe the Printer Driver you have selected can't Duplex, even though your Printer can.
Remember: Not all Printer Drivers can Duplex!
Fix: If you know for sure that your physical printer can Duplex,
but your Printer Driver doesn't have a "Flip on Long Edge" or "Long Edge Binding" choice,
Then use the Windows "Add Printer Wizard" and add the Universal Laser Printer Duplex Printer Driver
--- It goes by the name: "HP LaserJet IIID ---
If Duplexing still doesn't work - our programs can simulate a Duplex Printer
Maybe your physical printer just doesn't have the ability to Duplex!
Remember: Not all Printers can duplex, they are rare, and much more expensive.
Remember: ProTEXT and ProDEX can print on both sides without a Duplexing Printer!
When you print from our programs, there are two choices when printing:
1 - Print all FRONT sides, then stop.
2 - Print all BACK sides, then stop.
This way, you can simulate duplex printing, it's no problem at all!