On this site you will find the manual for the Hp officejet pro 8020 printer-it is a printer that can print, scan and copy documents on the go. The Hp officejet pro 8020 printer manual also has a built-in memory card slot for easy printing.
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Hp officejet pro 8020 manual
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One area where you won’t really find improvements is in size. The OfficeJet Pro 8020 was constructed in a form factor that’s pretty average for similar all-in-one printers. It measures roughly 19.9 x 16.1 x 11.7 inches. That’s actually slightly bigger than many people are used to seeing for compact at-home printers. But it’s still pretty small if you start to think about how many different devices are packed into the Pro 8020.
The 8020 is fairly lightweight, measuring about 27lbs. At least, before you start putting paper inside. Once this device has been loaded up with paper, it could easily double in weight, at which point it would be a little too heavy for some of the flimsier printer stands on the market. But it wouldn’t pose much of a challenge to a properly sturdy desk or counter.
Part of the reason why you can basically double the weight of the printer with paper is because it has fairly generous tray space. For instance, the output tray can accommodate about 100 sheets. while the input tray can accommodate about 250 sheets. Add on a few more sheets in the document loader, and you can see how the weight adds up quickly.
It’s worth noting the OfficeJet Pro 8020 is built with a 2.65” touchscreen color graphic display. A number of all-in-one printers have reasonably good displays, but the full color design is surprisingly much easier to use than the monochrome display you’ll find on similar devices. The high contrast between colors really help you move through the various options, and makes the display far more readable with poor vision.
As mentioned earlier, many of HPs latest printers have been working to implement smart task shortcuts into their core feature set. The general idea is to allows you to undertake repetitive printing tasks in much less time. And the OfficeJet Pro 8020 manages to deliver on these features in a surprisingly simple way.
Suppose you’re trying to print out some flyers. You want the print to be two sided, and you’re doing it on a special type of paper that needs further customization options selected. You can punch all of those things into one macro, and then the next time you’re making a set of flyers, you just hit the macro button and all your settings will be properly configured for your task.
Even if you’re only saving yourself one or two steps, this kind of thing can be an enormous time saver. It’s quite good at getting rid of the kind of repetitive tasks you might find yourself doing when you need to complete larger print jobs, or the same kind of print jobs on a regular basis.