HP DeskJet 2545 Printer Functions

HP DeskJet 2545 Printer Functions


HP DeskJet 2545 How to Print ?

  1. Make sure to load appropriate plain papers into the paper input tray.
  2. Choose a document to print and open it on the laptop you are using.
  3. Click the File menu and select the Print option from the drop-down tab.
  4. Choose your 123.hp.com/dj2545 printer name from the list and click on it.
  5. The doc prints from the printer.

HP DeskJet 2545 How to Copy ?

  1. Pull the paper tray and load A4 sheets or photo papers into it.
  2. Elevate the scanner lid and keep the doc to be copied on the scanner glass.
  3. Remove the previously loaded papers from the tray.
  4. Load the document with the print side facing down.
  5. Tap the Start Black Copy button to generate black copies.
  6. Use the Start Color Copy button to make color copies.
  7. You can schedule a copy job later or set the number of copies.

How to Scan on HP DeskJet 2545 ?

  1. Press the HP DeskJet 2545 printer’s Power button to turn it on.
  2. Load plain papers into the printer’s input tray.
  3. Ensure that the ink cartridges are placed properly.
  4. Keep the file you want to scan on the flatbed scanner.
  5. Open the HP Scan and Capture application on your computer.
  6. Click on the Menu icon and expand the Settings sub-menu.
  7. Select the Select Device option under the sub-menu.
  8. Search your 123.hp.com/dj2545 printer model from the list displayed on the screen.
  9. Click on the Document Scan Options or Photo Scan Options.
  10. Make changes under the Scan Settings menu.
  11. Right-click on the space on the Settings menu page.
  12. Select the Capture Documents/Photos option from the drop-down tab.
  13. The scanned document displays on the computer’s screen.
  14. Use the Save icon to save the file to a folder.
  15. Other tools used to scan are HP Scan software, HP Smart app, HP Printer Assistant, and Embedded Web Server.

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