I need to print a document running to several pages and I would like to print on each side of each page in sequence. I believe that some printers have double sided printing facility but my Epson Stylus 670 does not seem to allow that. The alternative would seem to be to print all the odd pages and then the even ones. Is there a program somewhere that enables this to be done? There doesn't seem to be such an option on the Epson software.
Perhaps you have answered the question yourself if you think about it. Even if such a program buffered the odds and evens you would still have to turn the printed pages over and re-insert them into the feeder tray; something the average home user printer has yet to automate.
All the answers are there above - there is yet to be a home printer that will turn the sheets 'Wallace and Grommet' style and certainly no software will do it. Just be prepared for the odd[or even] spoiled sheet and the need to run that one again back and front
I have found that after printing the Odd pages first and turning the paper over, two pages can be drawn through the printer and the page is printed on the wrong sheet therby giving you the wrong text on the even side.
As jack states: "Just be prepared for the odd[or even] spoiled sheet and the need to run that one again back and front".
When I print the even side, I feed the paper by hand, this ensures you get them correct. This is ok for a few pages but when you have a couple of hundred pages to print then it can get a little tedious and mistakes can be made.