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Yes! First, at the computer, start the Print command, then:
Now go to the printer with your paper. When the printer is ready to print your document, its screen displays an alert screen with your username and the file name, indicating that it needs the paper in the bypass tray to continue. Fold down the bypass tray on the front of the printer and place your paper on it. The printer will detect the paper there and automatically pull it in to print.
This is easiest when you select a queue with only one printer, such as HL-108 or HL-Alcove. But when multiple printer devices serve the queue, wait to see which device picked up your print job.
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