HP Photosmart 7520 Manual (How to Setup)
The HP Photosmart 7520 is an equally efficient device, which adds some useful features such as a dedicated fax machine and an additional front-loading USB port for use with external storage drives. In terms of design and features, this printer combines the functionality of a printer, scanner, and copier in a low-profile, matte black chassis, befitting HP’s current design aesthetic. On this printer, HP continues its touch display trend, with a 4.33-inch color screen placed on the far left of the device. The graphic color screen is similar in shape to the iPhone shape with a rectangular display mounted on a round-edged body, with illuminating virtual buttons to aid in navigation and selection. Even though the screen sensitivity is indeed made larger than previous HP touch screen printer models, it is still prone to errors when you have to scroll through the landscape menu bar. Unless you start swiping your finger on the outside of the screen, the menus have a tendency to keep moving even after you lift your finger off the screen. The top of the printer has an auto document feeder (ADF), which you will use to scan any number of documents, although this is limited to only 25 sheets at a time. The 125-sheet paper tray sits at the bottom of the device and there is a 20-sheet top-loading tray for 4×6 inch and 5×7 inch media. This printer can print six monochrome pages per minute, and produces nearly four-color pages per minute. Fortunately, this printer also doesn’t sacrifice quality for speed. This produces great dark black text for even smaller fonts, which is not inferior to laser printers. Graphics and photo colors are also very accurate, but the resulting copies of the photos come out a little blurry. We recommend that you reprint from a digital source if you need another copy. In addition to using a direct USB connection, you can set up the HP Photosmart 7520 on your network via Wi-Fi, which also allows Apple users to make it easy to connect via AirPrint on compatible iOS devices. Using AirPrint, you can print photos from your iPhoto library by simply selecting the connected printer and pressing the Print button. Unfortunately, HP eliminated the Ethernet port in an attempt to push for a cloud printing feature that only worked on Wi-Fi networks. The Wi-Fi connection process is simple enough to navigate through the initial setup screen, with assistance from the instructions on the driver disc. HP’s new Auto Wireless Connect reduces setup time to under two minutes – if you make your network visible. If you set the network to private, you can also manually enter your network username and password details on the QWERTY virtual keyboard and the printer will be connected immediately. Apart from Apple AirPrint, this printer also features HP’s ePrint technology which allows you to send jobs from any device connected to the printer using a unique e-mail address that is provided. You can even navigate through settings and change your e-mail address to make it easier for friends and family you trust to take control of your printer. First, the HP Photosmart 7520 printer must be turned on and connected to your network. Second, it cannot print web pages, but you can copy and paste the text into the document as a workaround. You can even create your own e-mail address.
Read HP Photosmart 7520 Manual to setup with Windows and macOS
Before downloading the manual, refer to the following operating systems to make sure the HP Photosmart 7520 printer is compatible with your PC or Mac to avoid when installation, installing the driver or using the printer.
Download HP Photosmart 7520 Setup Poster
The manual below includes all tutorials from beginning to advanced guide to using your printer.
HP Photosmart 7520 Setup Poster
File size: 1.00MB
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