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HP 2000C Professional Series Color Printers - Paper Handling

Paper tray specifications
Media handling
Category
Specification
IN Tray Capacity*
Up to 150 sheets, 15 envelopes, 60 cards
Accessory Paper Tray Capacity*
Up to 250 sheets
OUT Tray Capacity*
Up to 75 sheets, 15 envelopes, 40 cards
* Dependent on the type, weight, and construction of media.
Recommended media weight for the IN tray
Category
Specification
Paper
60 to 157 g/square meter (16 to 42 lb)
Envelopes
75 to 90 g/square meter (20 to 24 lb)
Cards
110 to 200 g/square meter (29 to 53 lb, 110 lb. index max.; 8.5 point max. thickness)
Recommended media weight for the accessory paper tray
Category
Specification
Paper
60 to 90 g/square meter (16 to 28 lb)
Envelopes
Not Recommended
Cards
Not Recommended
 note:
The Accessory Paper Tray does not support the use of specialty media such as photo paper or transparencies. HP Bright White paper and plain paper are recommended.
Steps for loading paper
Loading media into the IN tray
  1. Adjust the print settings in the software program and in the HP 2000C printer driver to match the media type, size, and orientation being used.
  2. Slide the paper width adjuster to the left and slide the paper length adjuster out to make room for the paper, transparencies, or envelopes.
    Figure : Sliding the paper width and length adjusters
  3. Place a stack (up to 0.63 inch or 16 mm thick) of paper, transparencies, or envelopes print side down in the IN tray with the right side of the stack against the right side of the tray. Push the stack in until it stops.
    Figure : Placing a stack of paper in the IN tray and pushing the stack until it stops
     note:
    The OUT tray can be lifted and clicked into a raised position while loading media. This is especially helpful when loading smaller media. Be sure to lower the tray before printing.
  4. Re-adjust the paper width and length adjusters to fit snugly against the stack's edges without bending the media.
    Figure : Re-adjusting the paper width and length adjusters
Loading media in the Accessory Paper Tray
  1. Adjust the print settings in the software program and in the HP 2000C printer driver to match the media type, size, and orientation being used.
  2. Open the Accessory Paper Tray cassette drawer by grasping its handle (left side) and pulling the drawer toward you. (The drawer should not be completely removed.)
    Figure : Opening the Accessory Paper Tray cassette drawer
  3. Slide the paper width adjuster to the left and slide the paper length adjuster out to make room for the stack of paper.
  4. Place a stack of paper, with the print side down, in the tray with the right side of the stack against the right side of the tray. The Accessory Paper Tray will hold up to 250 sheets of paper (up to 1 inch or 25 mm thick).
    Figure : Placing a stack of paper in the tray
  5. Re-adjust the paper width and length adjusters to fit snugly against the stack's edges without bending the media.
    Figure : Re-adjust the paper width and length adjusters
  6. Close the cassette drawer.
     note:
    Envelopes, cards, and specialty media such as transparencies or photo paper are not supported in the Accessory Paper Tray.
Steps for printing on transparencies
Follow the instructions for loading paper in the printer's IN tray above, but insert at least 10 (HP Premium) transparencies for proper feeding. If you have fewer than 10 transparencies, you may need to load the transparencies on top of the paper already loaded for proper feeding. Load the transparencies with the rough side (print side) down.
Steps for printing on envelopes
Printing envelopes using the single envelope slot
  1. Slide the envelope into the single envelope slot with the address side down and the flap up and to the right.
     note:
    Make sure the creased flap edge of the envelope aligns with the right side of the single envelope slot.
  2. Slide the envelope through the slot until it stops.
     note:
    Make sure the envelope is inserted all the way into the slot and that it is not skewed or bent.
  3. Within the printer driver, adjust the print settings to match the envelope type and size.
Printing envelopes using the IN tray
  1. Slide the paper width adjuster to its leftmost position.
  2. Pull out the paper length adjuster and remove any paper from the IN tray.
  3. Tap the short edge of up to 15 envelopes on a flat surface to even the stack.
  4. Slide the envelopes evenly into the IN tray with the address side down and the flap up and to the right.
  5. Slide the paper width adjuster to the right until it aligns with the left edge of the envelope stack.
  6. Push the paper length adjuster in toward the envelope stack until it stops.
     note:
    Make sure the envelopes do not bend in the IN tray.
  7. Within the printer driver, adjust the print settings to match the envelope type and size.
Steps for printing on Avery paper labels
 note:
Before printing on Avery paper labels, make sure the label package states that the labels are paper labels designed specifically for use with HP InkJet printers. Also, inspect the labels to make sure they are not sticky, wrinkled, or pulling away from their protective backing. Only use full sheets of Avery paper labels. Using a partial sheet increases the chance of a label peeling off inside the printer.
  1. Slide the paper width adjuster to the leftmost position.
  2. Pull out the paper length adjuster.
  3. Remove a stack of up to 25 sheets (U.S. letter or A4 size) of Avery paper labels from their packaging. Bend or flex the edges of the label stack to separate the pages.
  4. Place the sheets of Avery paper labels, with the print side down, on top of approximately 25 sheets of plain paper. Be sure the combined stack of labels and paper does not exceed 0.63 inch (approximately 16 mm) in height. Tap the short edge of the stack on a flat surface to even the stack.
  5. Insert the combined stack of Avery paper labels and paper evenly into the IN tray, with the print side down, until it stops. Align the right edge of the stack with the right edge of the IN tray.
  6. Slide the paper width adjuster to the right until it aligns with the left edge of the label stack.
  7. Push the paper length adjuster in toward the labels until it stops.
  8. Within the printer driver, adjust the print settings to match the Avery paper label type and size.
Steps for printing on cards
  1. Slide the paper width adjuster to the leftmost position.
  2. Insert the card or custom paper into the IN tray.
  3. Re-adjust the paper width and length adjusters to fit snugly against the card’s edges.
  4. Within the printer driver, adjust the print settings to match the card type, size, and orientation.
     note:
    Make sure the card does not bend in the IN tray.

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