Printing Specific Pages onto Different Paper
[Paper Source] tab
the paper from [Paper Selection]
Specify which pages should be printed on different paper, and select which paper source should be used to
feed paper for each page.
[Same Paper for All Pages]
[Different for First, Others, and Last] You can use different paper for the first page, body pages, and last page,
[Different for First, Second, Others,
You can print specific pages of a document, such as when you want to print the cover
of a booklet on colored paper. In this case, load colored paper for the cover in the
multi-purpose tray and load plain paper for the body pages in the paper drawer, and
then specify the paper settings on the printer driver.
Select the pages to print on different paper and the paper source loaded with
Prints all of the pages on the same paper, and does not print any specific
pages on different paper. All the pages are printed on paper specified in [Paper
respectively. For example, you can specify the paper in the multi-purpose tray
for [First Page], the paper in the paper drawer for [Other Pages] (body pages),
and the paper in the multi-purpose tray for [Last Page]. Also, selecting [Paper
Type] in [Select by] enables you to specify the paper type used for printing
rather than the paper source.
You can also specify the paper for the following page of the cover as well as
specifying the paper in [Different for First, Others, and Last]. Also, selecting
[Paper Type] in [Select by] enables you to specify the paper type used for
printing rather than the paper source.