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How to restart double sided printing when it's cancelled half way through

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#1 theprinterdilemma


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Posted 29 September 2014 - 10:11 AM

So last night I began printing 92 pages of a guide, and I got to 77 pages on one side. Then I took the unused paper out so it paused, and went to dinner. Today... The actual big-box computer bit is making a 'brrrrr' sound and the screen won't switch on right, which means - joy of joys - I have one broken computer and half a printed guide.

The half printed guide is what I care about. The computer I don't stand a chance of fixing:P

So it goes all 1 3 5 7 (odd numbers up to 77, if you catch my drift) but I haven't got to the bit where I turn it over at page 91. If I took it to a different printer and printed odd numbers 79-91, could I just then turn it over and print even numbers? Or would that seriously f*** it up? (My maths is terrible, I can't work these things out.)

Thank you computer literate people!

P.S. The off button isn't switching the computer off... primary school ICT has betrayed me:(

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