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printer HP PSC 12000 series


March Wind

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Could you please tell me how do I find out how much ink I have lef in the printer and which cartridge needs replacing. I have had this printer given to me so not sure how it works? I am using Photosuite to print picture. When I click on properties it isn't giveing the page I am used to i.e howmuch ink I have and how much is left.

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Sea Urchin

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I think you mean the 1200 series. Go to Start menu - HP - find your printer and there should be a menu item for Printer Toolbox. In there you'll find estimated ink levels.

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spuds

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You might also find a printer symbol in the toolbar. If so, click on that, and a maintenance box may appear on the monitor screen. Ink levels might show on that!.

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spuds

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toolbar = taskbar

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March Wind

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Thank you I am away at the moment as soon as I can check the printer I will let you know how I get on.

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Sea Urchin

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I should have said go to Start - (All) Programs - then HP etc.

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