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Loading Specialty Paper for the HP Deskjet | HP Deskjet | HP


This video shows how to load plain white paper,
photo paper, and envelopes into Deskjet 1510, 2540, Deskjet
Ink Advantage 1510, and the 2540 All-in-One Series. Your model may look different than the model shown, but the steps are the same. Follow these steps to load plain white paper
into the printer. First, raise the input tray. Lower the output tray. Pull out the tray extender. Align a stack of paper by tapping it on a flat surface. Load plain white paper into the input tray with the short edge down and the print side up. Slide the paper width guide inward until it
stops at the edge of the paper. Do not push the guide in so tightly that it
starts to bend the paper. Follow these steps to load photo paper into your printer. First, raise the input tray. Lower the output tray. Pull out the tray extender. Load a stack of photo paper into the input tray with the short edge down and the print side up. Slide the stack of paper in until it stops. If the photo paper you use has perforated tabs, load the paper so the tabs are on top. Slide the paper width guide inward until it
stops at the edge of the paper. Do not push the guide in so tightly that it
starts to bend the paper. Do not leave any photo paper in the input
tray after you finish printing. The quality of the paper might deteriorate. Place photo paper in a sealed bag and store
in a cool, dark place. Follow these steps to load envelopes into your printer. First, raise the input tray. Lower the output tray. Pull out the tray extender. Do not load more than five envelopes at one time. Do not use shiny or embossed envelopes or
envelopes that have clasps or windows. Load the envelopes into the right side of
the input tray until they stop. Make sure the print side is facing up, and
the flap is on the left. Slide the paper width guide inward until it
until it stops at the edge of the envelopes. Do not push the guide in so tightly that it
starts to bend the envelopes. You can find additional helpful videos at
hp.com/SupportVideos and on our YouTube channel, youtube.com/HPPrinterSupport.

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