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Answered 2014-04-03 15:52:17

It varies with different machines. There usually is a picture (icon) on the feed chute to tell you the right way to feed the paper. Typically the paper faces down.

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On the document feeder, there is an icon that shows whether to insert the fax face up or face down. If it shows an open piece of paper, then it is face up. If it shows a piece of paper with the top corner folded over showing a bit of writing folded over, then it is face down. As for the printer paper, this shouldn't matter which direction it is facing, as it should be blank.


There should be a small icon on the document feeder that shows whether the paper should be face up or face down. If that icon shows face up, put the outgoing transmission face up, if it shows face down, put the outgoing transmission face down.


If the question is about "Face up or face down" then there is a small icon resembling a piece of paper with a folded over corner on the fax machine. The paper should be facing in the direction of the written side of the paper on the icon. If the question is about "top up or top down" then the best choice is to have the top part of the paper be scanned first as it goes into the machine.


usually where you place the paper, there is a little icon that how the paper should be faced. in any of the fax machines I've ever used, the print is always face down.


It depends on the model of fax machine you're using. On most fax machines, there will be an icon where the paper goes in showing you whether the paper goes face up or face down, as well as the direction it is supposed to facing in.


Through the document feeder: Face up, top edge first. Through the glass: face down On every machine there is a small icon/symbol that represents a piece of paper with writing on it with a small corner folded over. That icon shows you which way the paper should be facing when it goes on the document feeder.


upAnswerMost fax machines load paper facing up. Also, you can refer to the icon beside the paper feeder which will show you how should you feed the paper.


usually you fax it face down


It depends on the fax machine. With some it is face up with others it is face down. Most fax machines have an icon that shows a piece of paper that is blank on one side, and written on the other. There is one corner of the paper folded over to show the other side. This icon represents the direction the paper should be facing in the fax machine.


Face down. See Related Links section for a Brother MFC 8500 manual. As well, there is a small icon on the document feeder that represents which way the paper should be facing to be scanned properly as it enters the machine.


On the document feeder of each fax machine there is a small icon that shows whether that model faxes face up or face down. The icon looks like a piece of paper, blank on one side, written text on the other. If the written text is face up, it is faxed face up, if the written text is face down, it is faxed face down.



It depends on the specific model being used. On the paper tray of most fax machines there is a small icon that symbolizes a piece of paper that is blank on one side with writing on the other. The top corner is folded over to show the other side of the paper. This icon shows whether the paper should be face up or face down.


>> The paper should always face you, that way you can staple it to the studs. It depends if your attic is finished and usable or unfinished and used for storing boxes. Always have the paper toward the living area, which in the case of an unfinished attic (insulating attic floor) would be paper face down. Make sure the first layer you put down on the floor of the attic has the vapor barrier (paper) face down with subsequent layers of unfaced (no paper) insulation. If the attic is finished (you plan on heating / cooling the space as an office or what not, then the paper would then face you when installed on the ceiling/roof and use unfaced in the floor. Also be sure to have a clear opening for your soffit vents so there is ample circulation. A product called a rafter vent is used to keep the insulation from blocking this area.


Yes. When transmitting a fax, you need to place the paper face down in the fax machine before you hit "send".


The HP 1040 Fax Machine scans documents face down. In most fax machines, there is a small symbol on the document feeder that tells you whether the document should be face up or face down. If the logo is showing the written side of a sheet face up, and a small portion of blank paper, then it is face up, if the logo is showing mostly a blank piece of paper with a small part of a written part of a sheet, it is face down. As a small FYI HP issued a safety recall on the HP 1040 due to fire and burn hazards on January 31, 2012.


The blazing sun blasted my face with heat, parching my lips and sending sweat dripping down my face, as i stepped into the scorching afternoon.


The most common way is soaking. Place the stamp and paper in water and allow it to soak until the water is penetrated it. After about 10 or 15 minutes, it should slide off. Dry the stamp face down or in blotting paper.


I have a hp officejet J4580 fax machine. do I put the paper face-up or face-down when faxing. All indications (Diagrams) are face up but most machines require paper to be facedown.


It depends on the model of fax you use. On every fax machine there is a symbol that shows either "face up" or "face down" - it is supposed to represent a piece of paper and show you the way to fax.


The symbol resembles a sheet of paper with writing/printing on one side. If you see the printing, that's "face up." If you see a blank piece of paper with the corner turned back, and a little bit of printing on the turned-back corner, that's "face down."


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The side that looks like cardboard paper goes to the studwall.


The fold should be up, because that way it is easiest for the recipient to grasp the paper and pull it out, and especially so that he or she does not get a paper cut on the fingers from the sharper edge of the paper.


Iron on decals are meant to be permanent. The best you can do is cover it with a larger picture or piece of fabric. It might come off if you take a plain piece of paper. Lay the item on the paper with the decal face down on the paper. Then take a hot iron and just work at it. The decal should stay on the paper.



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