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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill 8850 Form Workforce

Instructions and Help about Fill 8850 Form Workforce

Welcome, today we're going to set up your Brother MF CL 5800 DW to print mixed paper sizes from separate paper trays. This video will cover multiple models and operating systems. Even though your machine may not match the model on the screen, the overall process will be the same. We'll begin by selecting the paper size for each tray. From the basic function screen, press the Settings icon on the touch screen. Then press "tray settings" and "paper size" from the menu. Press tray number one to set the first paper size. For this example, we're going to select letter size. However, you can use the up and down arrows on the touchscreen to select a different size paper. Press tray number two to select the next paper size. For this example, we're going to set it to legal size. You can continue this process for as many trays as you have installed. Press the home button to return to the basic function screen. After designating the tray sizes on the machine, you'll need to make sure the driver is set up properly. For Windows users, go to "Devices and Printers" and open the printer properties by right-clicking on your device and selecting "printer properties". Click the tab that says "device settings" and then click "Auto detect". The driver will recognize how many trays you have and the types of paper being used in the trays. Be sure to apply the settings before closing the window. For Mac users, you'll need to make sure the driver is set up properly. Open "Printers and Scanners" and click the plus sign to add a printer. Select your printer and then click the "use" drop-down menu. Choose "select software" to locate and add the Brother BR-Script driver for your model. If the driver does not...