Thursday, September 22, 2011

HP printer usage pages

On some HP printers, you won't have the option to print a configuration page.  For these printers, you'll often have to print a usage page instead to find the printer's page count.  Other printers will let you print either a configuration page or usage page -- the config page will give more information, but the usage page is shorter, so if you only want the page count, you can save ink (and paper) by printing the usage page instead.  But be aware that the page count listed on the usage page can be different from the page count listed on the configuration page.

Click on the appropriate link below for instructions on printing a usage page from any of these printers.  If the printer you are looking for is not here, you can often follow the configuration page instructions (or the supplies status page instructions) and just scroll down a little farther in the printer's menu to find the usage page.

LaserJet series:
- LaserJet 3055
- LaserJet 4200 / 4250 / 4300 / 4350
- LaserJet 9050
- LaserJet M3035 MFP
- LaserJet P2050
- LaserJet P3005
- LaserJet P3015
- LaserJet P4010 / P4014 / P4015 / P4510 / P4515

LaserJet Enterprise series:
- LaserJet Enterprise 500 Color M551
- LaserJet Enterprise 600 Series M601 / M602 / M603
- LaserJet Enterprise M4555 MFP

LaserJet Pro series:
- LaserJet Pro CM1415fnw

Color LaserJet series:
- Color LaserJet 2840
- Color LaserJet 3000
- Color LaserJet 3800
- Color LaserJet 4600
- Color LaserJet 4700
- Color LaserJet 5500
- Color LaserJet CM1312 MFP
- Color LaserJet CM2320fxi MFP
- Color LaserJet CP1518ni
- Color LaserJet CP2025
- Color LaserJet CP3505
- Color LaserJet CP3525
- Color LaserJet CP4025
- Color LaserJet CP4525

Designjet series:
- Designjet T790 / T1300

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