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How do i change print options from photo tray to main tray

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It is all done through you computer. You will need to go to you printers and faxes bution on the start minu then click on it it should then pop up a window tha should display you printer. The left click on that and go to printing preferences then look for a opsion where you can change what paper tray to use and once you change it clik on apply then ok.

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