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 Then choose at //Features Sets//: //Finishing options//. Then choose where you want your staple, etc.  Then choose at //Features Sets//: //Finishing options//. Then choose where you want your staple, etc. 
  
-De option //Binding Position// is for 2-sided printing. It determines whether the back page is printed upside down or not. If you print in landscape mode, you probably want //Top bind// (and staple in //Left corner// or at two positions), so you can flip turn a page up (instead of to the left) and read its back when it is above the next page. Nevertheless,​ it seems that sometimes //Left bind// is required to have this type of binding, probably because the application doesn'​t tell the printer that the layout is in landscape. ​+De option //Binding Position// is for 2-sided printing. It determines whether the back page is printed upside down or not. If you print in landscape mode, you probably want //Top bind// (and staple in //Left corner// or at two positions) (see screenshot), so you can flip turn a page up (instead of to the left) and read its back when it is above the next page. Nevertheless,​ it seems that sometimes //Left bind// is required to have this type of binding, probably because the application doesn'​t tell the printer that the layout is in landscape. ​ 
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 ===== Direct Printing ===== ===== Direct Printing =====
  
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