What is built-in duplexing? - Definition from WhatIs.com


built-in duplexing

Part of the Peripherals glossary:

In printer specifications, built-in duplexing is the ability a printer has to print on both sides of the paper. 

This was last updated in June 2010
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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