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Nope. It is all done inside the printer. I just use k1000's
copy feature when I need to copy, and it is done on the computer,
instead. The reason nothing happened on your printer is that it
probably needed more information such as whether you needed to
reduce or enlarge, and that would be done on the printer's screen.
On 8/8/2020 10:47, Rick Miller wrote:
I have just recently purchased a Brother
printer. One feature it has which I like is a Copy feature.
Yesterday I was intending to make a copy of something to send
to my sister-in-law. I thought that all you had to do was put
the paper you wanted to copy on the scanner which is part of
the printer and then hit the Copy button and the copy would
then be made onto a sheet of paper you have in your tray.
When I pressed the Copy button, nothing happened, so I was
wondering if JAWS could aid me in this process.