How Can You Print Labels on the HP DeskJet 3755 All-in-One Printer?

There is nothing more frustrating than getting a new printer and trying to figure out how to work all its features. One of those features that may be a tad bit more frustrating than others is printing labels or double-sided pages. The one question that always pops into your head is, “Which way do I put the labels in the paper tray?” Or, “Which way does the paper go in if I want to print on the backside?” Legitimate questions and concerns. No one wants to waste HP DeskJet 3755 ink or paper by mistakenly putting the labels or paper in the wrong way!

Printing Labels on the HP DeskJet 3755 All-in-One Printer

  1. First, turn on your HP DeskJet 3755 printer.
  2. Next, make sure there is HP 65 ink in the printer.
  3. Make sure you have the right size labels for the project you are printing.
  4. Put the sheet of labels label side down into the paper tray. It is always a good idea to use the “test” label page usually included in the label package to make sure you are printing the labels onto the right side of the label sheet. It will save wasting ink and precious label sheets.
  5. Be sure your printer has been added to your computer. See printer installation for details.
  6. You will connect your computer/laptop to the printer via USB cord or via Wi-Fi.
  7. Send your label file to the printer. Click print and follow the prompts. Make sure you choose the correct size paper for your labels, which is usually 8×11. You will have to choose color or black and white. Then you will have to select how many copies you want. Just follow the prompts.

That is all there is to it. Troubleshooting any issues may require downloading recent driver updates, which involves going to HP’s website and following the instructions on downloading any driver updates available for this printer.

Now your labels are completed. Printing your own labels for personalizing school supplies, office binders, folders or creating Christmas gift labels or address labels can be a fun project. From designing the labels to the final printed copy, it is rewarding seeing the finished product.

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