Hp officejet pro 7740 manual

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Let’s start with the obvious—the HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 is big. At 23” wide and 15” tall it takes up a lot of space for a printer, especially when you extend the output tray to make it a whopping 28” deep. It’s mostly white, except for the front where there is a dark grey panel for the touch screen and a dark grey output tray. That panel also folds down to reveal the printer heads and ink tray, and the section with the screen folds up to give the user a better angle at the controls. 

Surprisingly, there are no physical control buttons on the device, so you have to use the touch screen to control the printer. The screen is too small to be an effective control panel without other buttons around it, but the lack of buttons does make the printer more stylish. Under the output tray, there are two paper trays, one on top of the other. Both trays can house paper up to 11” x 17”, but the top tray is the only one that can hold specialty paper. To hold 11” x 17” paper, both trays extend a few inches, revealing a white, plastic cover. It actually looks like the paper tray hasn’t been pushed in all the way, and when we first set it up we thought it was stuck. When printing, the user needs to pull out the output tray, making the difference between being 18.38” deep and 28.06” deep. The scanner is located on the top alongside an automatic document feeder for scanning and copying, though the largest size it holds is 8.5” x 11”. The rear of the printer has several ports: USB B, Ethernet, and two phone jacks. There is a back panel, too, that you can detach in case of a paper jam. 

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