HP Deskjet 3052A Printer Review and Give Away! Birthday Give Away #1!

On October 6, 2012, by Glenda Embree- BusyAtHome

With our homeschool back in full swing, it was the perfect time to have an opportunity to test the HP Deskjet 3052A All-in-One Printer. I’ve kept it humming, printing Algebra exams and multiplication tests, as well as making posters and worksheets.  Whatever your printing needs, it will be hard to find a simpler to use, more affordable printer that does EVERYTHING!  I own two other HP printers, a laser jet that is nearly 15 years old and still going strong, and a PhotoJet for printing extraordinary snapshots and portraits.  The Deskjet 3052A is the perfect addition to the family for everyday color printing needs and I have enjoyed putting it to the test.

HP printer

The HP 3052A All-In-One printer, we reviewed, and what was included in the box.

Everything I have printed, with the exception of one photo of our granddaughter, so far, has been printed just using everyday, normal settings and produced excellent quality with vivid and “true” colors.  The speed has also been about average — no lagging or slow down that I have noted.  Normal everyday settings, meaning I am getting about 5.5 pages per minute (ppm) with black ink and 4 ppm with color, have been perfect.  I am very pleased with print quality.  On the best quality settings, which I tested for that photo of our granddaughter, you can achieve near-laser quality prints with the 3052A and still hit speeds comparable to other printers on the market — hanging in there at the same as for normal printing — 5.5 ppm with black ink and 4 ppm with color.  Printing in draft mode is another money-saving option and, not only conserves ink, but speeds up your print output to 20 ppm with black and 16 ppm with color.  The printer can print in a quality up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi from 1200 dpi input data.  That’s extraordinary from an inexpensive deskjet!  (It’s only $69 at walmart.com, right now!)  Plus, it has a monthly duty cycle that can handle about 1,000 pages per month.  While it’s not the workhorse that my laser is (with a 20,000 pages per month duty cycle), it’s more than adequate for school, family or home office use.

hooking up printer

The 3052A is simple to set up and I had it running just minutes after taking it out of the box. Just plug in the power cable and then...

 

turn on power

Press the power button on the simple, digital display panel.

 

open paper catch

Open the paper catch tray, laying it flat so you can reach in and access the...

 

opening ink cover

door that covers the ink cartridge holder. The printer will automatically advance the cartridge holder into position, so you can easily install the ink.

Besides school printing, I am loving the HP Deskjet 3052A for my home office needs and for some specialty printing that saves our family money.  I have printed a custom-designed Christmas card using the Greeting Card Factory software included with my printer, as well as schedules, shopping lists, Bible study notes, letterhead for the blog and more.  I have used the 3052A to make copies and I even sent a photo, snapped with my phone, straight to the printer for printing — mm..hmm, straight from the phone.  No computer “middle-man”.  Sweet!  The other cool feature is the e-Print mobile printing option.  Print from anywhere.  If you can email it, you can print from this printer, no matter where you are.

ink for HP 3052A

The printer uses a black cartridge and a tri-color cartridge.

 

install ink

Remove the tape from the new cartridge and insert into the printer.

 

ink in the printer

Install both cartridges and close the ink cartridge door. Then you're ready to calibrate everything and start printing.

It doesn’t matter where in the house I have it set up, because it runs wirelessly on our home network. (It can also be attached to the computer with an included USB cable, if you don’t have wireless compatibility at home.)  It’s light weight and effortless to move from spot to spot, if I need to change things up.  It is Energy Star Certified and made from 25% post-consumer recycled products.  HP also has a fantastic ink cartridge recycling program, so they really have made an excellent effort to not only keep this printer affordable, but environmentally friendly.

card software

My printer came with a CD for Greeting Card Factory.

 

card

I used the software to customize and print a Christmas card. Think of all the fantastic greeting card options you'd have. Never have to drop what you're doing and run to the store for that card you forgot or spend the outrageous prices they charge for greeting cards, now. This is a great frugal option!

 

math book

I was able to make copies of exams for our homeschool Math lessons.

 

exam

The math exam copy, ready to hand to my student. I can't tell you how many times I have needed a copy machine and had to stop and run to the store, to make a quick copy. This is such a time saver and an equal quality print!

The only thing I am somewhat concerned about, over the long term, is how durable the printer will be.  It is all plastic and very lightweight, which makes it easy to move around, but I’m concerned that the extender for the paper tray would be fairly simple to snap off if someone was careless about bumping into it or too rough when they were moving it in and out.  Only time will tell how the tray holds up.  Otherwise, I have absolutely no reservations about this printer.  It and it’s ink cartridges and accessories are easy to find at Walmart, so I never even have to leave town to get supplies.

printer options

I also selected a photo of my granddaughter saved on my computer and chose the options for printing it on plain old printer paper.

 

printing lydia's photo

The photo printed on high quality printing options, but plain paper. It was pretty speedy for a color print!

 

photo

The final photo, even though it was on regular printer paper, was very clear and had great color! I was definitely pleased!

The last feature I have pictures of, and was excited to share with you, is the option to print straight from my mobile phone or tablet.  To do this I downloaded the HP ePrint app for my phone (android) and selected a photo from the album on the phone and printed it.  1-2-3!  Simple and perfect!  I love this option!

ePrint

Downloading the ePrint app for my phone.

 

phone picture

I grabbed a picture I had snapped on my recent Avengers shop and sent it to the printer to be printed.

 

phone pic printing

Voila! If I were better at taking pictures with my regular camera, you would see that the photo from my phone printed crisp, clear and full of beautifully brilliant color.

 

I’m excited about the potential the printer offers with the holidays fast approaching.  It will be perfect for everything from gift tags, jar labels for homemade canned goods, recipe cards, custom printed calendars or memory books, cards and so much more.  I’m sure I’ll have opportunities to use it for decorating, as well as gift making and YOU could use it to make an affordable DIY holiday season for your family, too!  Check it out on walmart.com.

When I first accepted this post and review opportunity, it was to host a party for a few friends and let them see all the great features of this printer and pass out the favors that HP and Walmart supplied for each of them.  Since my husband’s recent hospitalization and health problems have made it difficult to throw a party, here, I opted to share my party with all of you friends and spread the word even further!  And to top it off, since it’s Busy-at-Home’s third birthday, we’re going to kick off the celebration by giving away one of these HP 3052A printers!  Be sure to enter, below!  You might be the drawing winner and have one of these awesome all-in-one printers to get creative with for the holidays!

GIVEAWAY RULES:

Winner must reside in the US and be 18 or older.  The mandatory entry must be completed, before any optional entries will be counted.

Mandatory Entry:  Leave a comment on this post telling me the first project you would use your new All-in-One printer for, if you are the winner.  Then use the Rafflecopter  form to register your entry!

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a Rafflecopter giveaway

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I received an HP 3052A printer and promotional items in order to to test the printer in my own home office and collect data for this review.  No monetary compensation was received and a positive review was not required.  As with all Busy-at-Home reviews, the views and opinions expressed are wholly my own and based on my personal experience with the product.  The guest favor items furnished by Walmart and HP are making the printer giveaway possible.

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531 Responses to HP Deskjet 3052A Printer Review and Give Away! Birthday Give Away #1!

  1. Sheila Vives says:

    A project I would like to use it for would be to print my book illustrations

    • tara says:

      I would like to use printer to finish family tree/ history for my daughter. I am completely detailed history so she can use it when applying for scholarships. I look forward also sharing this information with her cousins. thanks, tara

  2. Debra Hunter says:

    If I win I would use this to send make and send out invitations to a Holiday Party I am wanting to have and my printer keeps messing up is like 10ys old thank you for this chance
    dhunter40@aol.com

  3. debbie campbell says:

    I need some new business cards

  4. andrea says:

    print out some pictures

  5. i would use this printer a lot to print coupons ,coupons will help me on groceries because i am on s/s disability….

  6. Rachael says:

    Make a scrapbook for my family’s secret santa giveaway! :) also make christmas cards! thanks!!

  7. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    I Would Use It First To Print School Assigments :)

  8. susan says:

    I’d love to use it to make some homemade thank you cards.

  9. Maralea says:

    I would love it to print pictures!

  10. cheryl says:

    my senior in high school definitely needs a new printer for his school papers and next year to bring to college

  11. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    This would be for Hubz who does drawings for woodworking projects

  12. mechele johnson says:

    My printer is broken! It sucks really bad because I recently bought some gorgeous E patterns for dresses that I want to make my daughter. My first project would be to get them printed so I can start sewing!

  13. Jennifer Rote says:

    I would print coupons.

  14. Erinn A says:

    My Mom needs a new printer for her Real Estate business..I’m sure she would go brochure happy with this!

  15. Shannon S says:

    The first thing I would do is use the mobile feature to print all the photos i have on my phone!

  16. Gayle Cooley Jones says:

    I think I would print jar labels and gift tags.

  17. Deborah Rosen says:

    My very first project would be to create an activity book for my grandson, who lives in England. Then I’d print a gazillion pictures of him!

  18. Betty Baez says:

    I would use it for thanksgiving templates

  19. Jerri Davis says:

    Most Likely to Print out Paula Deen’s Recipes for my mother or something in the news paper. Thank you. Jerri Davis

  20. Jessie C. says:

    I’d print summer pictures.

  21. Cindy W. says:

    If I am lucky enough to win the printer I would print out pictures of my two grandaughters. Thank you for the giveaway.

  22. Lynn says:

    i want to start printing out pictures in have backed up since 2007!

  23. Auri Lae says:

    Printing coupons, archiving photos, and copying important documents!

  24. Debbie Jackson says:

    printing coupons and school projects debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

  25. Janet Susan says:

    Thanksgiving and Christma cards! Would love to win this printer. Thanks for the opportunity.

  26. Jerri Davis says:

    To help my mom print out a recipe. Thank you. Jerri Davis

  27. Stefanie Gladden says:

    I would use the printer to print coupons!

  28. Raine says:

    THe first thing that would be personal would be to print off my homework as I just went back to college at 43. All homework is put in on the computer but I would love to heva a hard copy so I can see what I have done.
    THe next thing I would do would be to print some Thanksgiving cards and put a picture on the front that my daughter or I took- I could print the pictures on this machine too.
    It would be so awesome to have such a great printer.
    Thanks for doing the giveaway!

  29. kathy d says:

    I do a lot of baking, so I would use it for labels on my baked goods

  30. Susan Wiener says:

    I’d use it to self-pub. my book. thx.

  31. My son would be using it for his college homework, and then I would print coupons!

  32. Melissa says:

    I’d print out some photos.

  33. Sandy VanHoey says:

    I would use for coupons and awesome recipes I keep finding on blogs

  34. Amy W. says:

    I would use it to print out Bible Club materials.

  35. Andrea D. says:

    I would use it to make cards for my family. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  36. Tina M says:

    I’d make a photo album for my mom

  37. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I would use it to print out our family photos my husband took for out Christmas cards

  38. Holly Thomas says:

    I need to make some business cards!! :)

  39. Marcia Goss says:

    I would use to print photos of my granddaughter.

  40. Elena says:

    I would print some address labels

  41. Sue D says:

    I would use it to print out pictures of the grandchildren.

  42. Stephanie says:

    I would print coupons

  43. Jenna Wood says:

    I’d probably use this for Christmas Cards

  44. I would set it up in my jewelry studio so it would be to print out inspiration photos.

  45. Lee Black says:

    I would use it to print out a bunch of pictures – and coupons!

  46. Cheryl Abdelnour says:

    iIWOULD START BY PRINTING COUPONS.

  47. Carmen S. says:

    I am actually about to go back to school soon so this would be great for printing papers and projects!

  48. carol roberts says:

    id print coupons

  49. Lolli S says:

    I would print out a bunch of my recipes and make a recipe organizer like one that I saw on PInterest,

  50. Bethany C. says:

    I think I would make some Christmas cards.

  51. Pat K says:

    I would be using this great printer for some holiday labels

    I would be using this great printer for some holiday labels! Thanks for the chance!

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  52. Rust says:

    First: either coupons or college homework assignments.

  53. Alan Tong says:

    I would start scanning in my important financial documents. Thanks!

  54. lisa kay says:

    Print Lots of pictures of My New Grand Daughters to fill all the Frames I Have.

  55. Natalie U says:

    christmas cards for sure
    pedidentalasst at yahoo dot com

  56. Shana says:

    I have a lot of picture to scan & print. Plus I’m working on a cook book.

  57. Elizabeth C. says:

    I have tons of pictures of my grandparents that need to be scanned. This machine would be perfect for this!!

  58. arlene says:

    I alway need to make a copy for something or another that what i would use it for,am 20min away from where you get a copy

  59. Terra Heck says:

    I’d use it to make and print digital scrapbook pages. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

  60. Mary W says:

    Printing coupons to save money is a great first project!

  61. Amy Lee says:

    I’d print coupons first!

  62. Cori says:

    I would print holiday mailing labels.

  63. Tami Lewis says:

    i’d print coupons!! something i haven’t been able to do since my old printer died!

  64. laura ari says:

    I’d print Christmas cards! What a savings that would be!

  65. Robin says:

    I would like to make a cookbook of family recipes to give to our kids this Christmas.

  66. Deb Harris says:

    The first thing I would do is print pics of me grandchildren from my iPhone. My laptop is old & memory’s full si don’t seem to get the pics onto it. I would also print all the recipes I have saved on my phone they aren’t on laptop for same reason. I would love to be able to print right from phone. My first printer was HP & it held up for yrs. with 4 kids doing school projects, my husband working from home & things I did. The 2 other brands we’ve had since didn’t hold up, expensive ink etc. only HP from now on.

  67. Andrea Kruse says:

    I would get started on printing birthday party invitations for my son’s 5th birthday next month.

  68. Wanda McHenry says:

    I’d print out some special pictures that are saved a file!

  69. sheryl cullum says:

    I would print lots of photos

  70. Tanya says:

    I could really use a new printer! What a great giveaway!

  71. Rebecca Orr says:

    Christmas cards for my family!! Thanks for the chance. bekki1820cb at gmail dot com

  72. Raine says:

    1st I would go crazy printing coupons-I get so frustrated when there’s a great deal-especially a freebie and I don’t own one. I love couponing! The smartphone app/function is so cool, I’d also print pictures galore (of my cats :) ) -great giveaway-thank you!

  73. jo says:

    my first project would be to set my ipad up to print to the printer! Then I would print something from my ipad. Not the most exciting project, but I have been dying to print from my ipad!!!

  74. Brynn says:

    I would use it to print out christmas cards

  75. Trasina McGahey says:

    It would def end up being used for school projects. With 4 kids it seems that one of them needs to print things on a daily basis!

  76. Glenna F says:

    I would do some scrapbooking.

  77. Shawna O. says:

    My first project would be to print some photos of my kids to make some paper crafts like Christmas Ornaments and cards and scrapbooking. Thanks for the chance!

  78. Darin R says:

    Family pictures.

  79. Linda Landes says:

    i would print coupons :)

  80. josh parker says:

    Scan some old family pics and email to my family!

  81. Serena Powell says:

    I’d like to make a scrapbook

  82. Arinna Black says:

    The printer looks great! I’d use it to print out coupons (you can never save enough money!).

  83. Marilyn Wons says:

    I would put together a recipe collection!

  84. dale bartlett says:

    i would print coupons. so i can make recipes

  85. angela behlen says:

    I’d print what ever came up next to print in my house, school work, recipes, coupons lol

  86. Ann Fantom says:

    I would use the HP Deskjet 3052A printer to make pages for my vacation scrapbook

  87. Margaret Smith says:

    I would print photo’s that we have on our camera, but haven’t been able to print.

  88. Adrienne gordon says:

    I’d make a timeline

  89. mell says:

    The first project I would use this prize on is a term paper that I am currently writing.

  90. Elena Vo says:

    I’d print my own Thanksgiving and Christmas cards.

  91. diane says:

    to print up online coupons

  92. Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    I would print out holiday photocards!

  93. Kelsey Apley says:

    I think I would do gifts with photo’s :-)

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  95. jennifer says:

    print out a rewards chart for my son!

  96. Debra Holloway says:

    I would use this printer to help me in college, with doing my assignments.

  97. Laura Lane says:

    Printing school papers

  98. Scott Martin says:

    just notes for school

  99. Dawn says:

    I would print off pictures of our puppy to send to my deployed husband!

  100. LILLIAN SANTANA says:

    I would clip coupons

  101. Debbie says:

    I would like to make a flyer.

  102. Stacy O says:

    I’d use it to work on homework, most likely. Lame, but true.

  103. Suzanne M says:

    I would use it to print out wedding thank you cards!

  104. Angela Kinder says:

    That’s hard to choose, but I guess it would have to be a favorite picture of my twin sister and I!

  105. Marti Parks says:

    I would print some artwork that I’ve been wanting to hang on the wall for a while.

  106. Kristina Malanga says:

    I just recieved my HP laptop the other day! A new printer is what I need,please.Since I upgraded to the better computer,there is no more mulah for a printer,I love my HP!!!

  107. lisa lo says:

    Lots of good ideas..coupons is one!

  108. Julie says:

    I would print some pics of my daughter

  109. Kelly D says:

    I would print out worksheets for my daughter to practice all the letters of the alphabet.

  110. Kassie Jo Lauhoff says:

    I would def. use it to print coupons!! =]

  111. Azslyn Cole says:

    My first project would be to make a scrap book of my family.

  112. Carolyn N. says:

    I would use the printer for printing out coupons!
    cjnedrow at gmail dot com

  113. angie says:

    I would use it to work on my family history.

  114. Heidi A. says:

    I would make some home made cards.

  115. Heidi A. says:

    I would make some home made cards.

  116. I would print some christmas labels for all of the gifts i am giving my grandkids!!

  117. sarah snyder says:

    I would use it to print coupons!

  118. Doug Pig says:

    Oh I think I would most definitely have to create custom family Christmas cards for the first time ever! I’ve always wanted to do it!

  119. Love to print out summer pictures!

  120. Doug Pig says:

    Want this one! I tweeted, Stumbled, +1ed, Facebooked, Linkedin, and threw a small party! LOL! Good luck everyone!

  121. Kate F. says:

    I would print coupons.

  122. brandy boone says:

    I would practice making some Christmas picture cards! Thanks for the chance

  123. McKenzie McClanahan says:

    I’d use it for printing christmas cards!

  124. Carla G says:

    I’d probably print coupons or color pages for my kids

  125. Katy says:

    I would use it for printing out coupons and homeschool materials…as well as knitting/crochet patterns that I want to work on! :)

  126. Ruth Anderson says:

    Family pictures that are one of a kind.

  127. lee durgan says:

    I would use it to print photos and coupons !

  128. Amy Honious says:

    i would print some coupons and my pix from my boys army bootcamp graduation! thanks

  129. KJ Skib says:

    I am a teacher and I like to make collages of my students each month. This would be perfect!

  130. Jill H says:

    I would print picture cards for the holidays.

  131. Lorna England says:

    I’m sure I’d be printing pictures! And cards! Love creating a one of a kind wish!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  132. MOMMYOFONE SHANNA says:

    Printing out pictures of my newborn twin girls =)

  133. Jeff P says:

    I would use it for my home office

  134. SALLY Mcintyre says:

    I would wear it out printing out coupons :-)

  135. Annette D says:

    I’m sure it would be something for school.

  136. Hannah C says:

    There’s a lot I would do with it, I don’t know what the first would be but I’d use it for college, important papers, photos, cards, coupons, etc.

  137. liz lew says:

    Print coupons!!

  138. Angie Adelman says:

    Since it is fall I would probably print out some recipes since I do a lot of baking in the fall.

  139. Heather Poindexter says:

    I would Make Christmas cards!

  140. I would print all kinds of cards.

  141. April Brenay says:

    print on wax paper to make iron on for gifts.

  142. karen says:

    I was sent a bunch of old pictures of my ancesters. I would love to print them , and put them in frames…

  143. judi kadell says:

    I would finally have a printer to hook up to my laptop to print all my coupons

  144. Bonny says:

    This thing would be put to work! Coupons, schoolwork, all kinds of stuff. And I especially need the printers and scanner for work.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win this :-)

  145. Webb W says:

    printing pictures

  146. cory says:

    i would use this for printing out flyers for my business
    iamladycupcake at gmail dot com

  147. Monica Young says:

    I have been wanting to make my own scrapbook for a while. I’d like to give it a shot.*someday*

  148. Leslie S says:

    I would print out the digital pics from my niece’s wedding so I could make her a beautiful scrapbook of her special day!

  149. Kati says:

    Printing coupons of coarse

  150. Cynthia C says:

    I would print recipes and coupons.

  151. Mary Agloro says:

    We just had our 50th wedding anniversary and I’d like to print out pictures.

  152. Kylie C says:

    I would scan in my pre-digital family photos!

  153. john says:

    My guess we will do a project with our pets photos

  154. Jodie McKee says:

    Print pictures to send to my father in Michigan.

  155. Angela J says:

    I would print out all my family photos to share.

  156. tashia gilbert says:

    my first project would be to print my online class assignmentts

  157. corrie says:

    i would give it to my mom for christmas and i know the first thing she would use it for is TO PRINT ALL HER RECIPES.

  158. Katherine says:

    My daughters wedding invitations

  159. Janell says:

    I would use it to print out coupons.

  160. colleen boudreau says:

    Coupons.

  161. mickeyfan says:

    I have several things on my phone that I would love to print off. How awesome!

  162. Lily Ivey says:

    I would print all those baby pictures I have yet to print out.

  163. Megan says:

    Christmas cards

  164. Anna Johnson says:

    Halloween party invites!

  165. juliette moire says:

    i would make some halloween decorations

  166. Mary Casper says:

    i would print scrapbook pages

  167. steve weber says:

    I would print out necessary documents such as movie tickets

  168. Wendy Kroy says:

    I would use it to print recipes. Thanks for the opportunity!

  169. Timmy says:

    Photos.

  170. Jefferi says:

    Good for the den.

  171. Lilith Katz says:

    Photos of my cats

  172. L Brenner says:

    I would use it to print photos and coupons.

  173. Derly Foerste says:

    I would print some Christmas cards.

  174. ROB says:

    printing some recipes from my laptop which isn’t currently connected to a printer,

  175. paige chandler says:

    I’d print my resume

  176. Andrea Lynne Byrne says:

    print all the pictures i havent printed from my digital camera in at least 4 years!

  177. Hoa Le says:

    I would use it to make photo cards.

  178. Jimmy says:

    I would use it to print coupons

  179. Amanda F says:

    This a great prize. Would love to win it.

  180. karen b says:

    I believe my first project would be christmas pictures, the quality looks fantastic, thanks so much for the chance to win.

    karenb834atyahoo.com

  181. Heather S says:

    print family pics

  182. beth shepherd says:

    print pictures

  183. I’d be able to FINALLY print out coupons!! I could finally make “couponing” a hobby…and SAVE $$$! I’ve missed out on tons of really good deals because I don’t have a printer.

    Great giveaway…and blog! Finger’s crossed! :)

  184. Charlotte Raynor says:

    Since I am a writer and a stay at home woman, I would use it to print out my articles. I have a printer now, but it is old and the paper likes to get stuck in it.

  185. Shannon says:

    I’d use it for holiday stuff… cards, gift tags, invitations, etc.

  186. Christine says:

    to print coupons

  187. mary fanara coleman says:

    First to print out photos that I have not done as of yet and put into my scrapbooks.

  188. I would use it to print photos and coupons.

  189. chantal cooper says:

    my daughter’s new photos from her birthday party

  190. Rebecca Graham says:

    I would print recipes.

  191. Wendy says:

    It would get used for a very cool school project!

  192. Ashley Morrow says:

    I would print invitations to a Christmas Cookie Swap.

  193. Anastasia @ Eco-Babyz says:

    I would make a card with my daughter for grandma!

  194. sarah says:

    I would love to scan some old photos and then print some cards or digital scrapbook pages.

  195. Donna says:

    I would use it to print coupons. Using my cellphone to print coupons would be awesome!

  196. margaret peg m says:

    i would definitely make some x-mas cards and cards to send to troops.

  197. Cindy B says:

    My grandson would use it for his homework if I won!

  198. renee walters says:

    I would print coupons!

  199. Holly Mitkowski says:

    pictures

  200. Amanda Brown says:

    I need to print some pictures for a project for work.

  201. Kristi C says:

    I would use it to print out reading projects for my son.

  202. Sarah Hirsch says:

    i would print some groupons i have sitting in my email

  203. Jenny Stanek says:

    I would make fliers for the small-business my family owns!

  204. Lisa F. says:

    Pictures of my pet therapy students.

  205. stony says:

    I’d make christmas card for the grandparents

  206. Debra L. Guillen says:

    print personalized holiday cards

  207. Kerrie Mayans says:

    I would use it for making christmas cards.

  208. Christina Kelbel says:

    I would definitely print out some pictures and coupons!

  209. Charlotte Padgett says:

    I would just use it like a regular printer to save things like emails and other information I find.

  210. shaunie wyatt says:

    I’d use it to print coupons

  211. Debra Bradley says:

    Christmas cards.

  212. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    I would use it to print my coupons, mine is broke!

  213. jacqueline says:

    id make a birthday card for my hubby!

  214. Michelle says:

    I would print coupons. :)

  215. Annalisa says:

    I would use it to do this recipe book/photo book project I’ve had on my mind!

  216. Dwayne Berry says:

    My wife needs to print out information whenever she has a Wildtree party. That’s the first thing we’d do with it.

  217. Marilyne S says:

    I will print some of my kid’s pics

  218. Susan Marks says:

    I neeed this

  219. Georges Edan says:

    My son is preparing for his final exams. He would use this printer to print his thesis. Hopefully we would win

  220. micah says:

    I would make our Christmas photos with our new 7 month old baby boy.

  221. Mike Bratek says:

    Make copies of paid bills online.

  222. BJM says:

    Print out some photos.

  223. jessica edwards says:

    update our photo albums

  224. Mary OBrien says:

    I’d digitize old family photos.

  225. domestic diva says:

    General printing — our printer just died!

  226. Monique Rizzo says:

    My school design project.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

  227. Danielle P says:

    Thank you cards for my daughter’s birthday party.

  228. Rebecca says:

    I would use it to print pictures from my son’s soccer season.

  229. Kristine says:

    I would make christmas cards!

  230. Tara says:

    I would print coupons!

  231. Linda Kish says:

    My DIL would use it for some brochures for her new business.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  232. Tommy says:

    I’d use it for my christmas cards!

  233. Gao L. says:

    Print anything when it comes to whatever one need to print:) Thank you for this Giveaway

  234. Tarah says:

    I’d print some of the pictures of our new son!

  235. Dana Beeman says:

    I’d give it to my mother along with photo paper for Christmas & we’d print out photos together.
    Dana / danabeeman(at)gmail(dot)com

  236. gigi (gina p) says:

    I’d love to be able to print business cards and photographs!

  237. Jennifer Hill says:

    Make a collage

  238. Sabrina M says:

    I would make christmas cards !!! Ready for the holidays !!

  239. i will make christmas dinner invitations

  240. Dino says:

    print out my taxes!

  241. I would probably print coupons, and then make some holiday cards!

  242. I would love to use it for making some Christmas cards!!

  243. Daniel M says:

    probably print out some halloween goodies

  244. Rebecca Schulz says:

    I would use it to finally print out my own homework assignments instead of always having to run to my mom’s house to do so!

  245. Katie Ollis says:

    I would use it to print out coloring pages and activities for my Children’s Classes (like Sunday school) that I do with my boys! :)

  246. Linda Lansford says:

    I will print emails

  247. I would print out resumes and cover letters.

  248. Dave L says:

    My first project would be home-made Halloween decorations. Thank you for the terrific giveaway.

  249. Darby says:

    I would use this to print out recipe cards to go along with my holiday kitchen gifts.

  250. spirit_kim says:

    I have always wanted to scan my recipes and organize them on the computer somehow. I also need to be able to print some coupons.

  251. Michelle says:

    I’m getting all the photos off my phone and iPad. I love the mobile printing capabilities!

  252. Andrew Adamson says:

    Print some custom christmas cars

  253. Jacob LaFountaine says:

    Get a copy of all my invoices in order

  254. cindy ray says:

    First project would be charts for my son. He is in kindergarten and having a hard time. So I want to be able to print out goal charts and things like that to help him get on track.

    green_eyed_princesss at msn dot com

  255. brad boykin says:

    My son has a birthday coming up in November. It would be great for his invitations and some decorations.

  256. Stephanie Larison says:

    I would make myself some more address labels first!

  257. Thomas Murphy says:

    I would print out pictures from my summer vacation

  258. Sonya says:

    I would print lots of coupons

  259. Kathy M says:

    Coupons, interesting articles and recipes I find online, and tons of things I research for my hubby online.

  260. Austin Baroudi says:

    My girlfriend loves to draw so I would print a bunch of how to draw pages!

  261. Peggy says:

    The holidays are coming so some greeting cards would be awesome to make

    sweetheart4171(at)yahoo(dot)com

  262. julie says:

    print much over due pix! and coupons:)

    jmatek AT wi DOT rr DOT com

  263. Katy Cain says:

    I would print about 1000 pictures!

  264. LeeAnn says:

    I would probably print some pictures of my kids. I am horrible at printing photos, even though I take a gazillion!

  265. Ashley Hatten says:

    I’d use it to make a photo book for Christmas

  266. Carla Bonesteel says:

    I would make flyers for my boyfriend’s business!

  267. Mary Cloud says:

    I’d use it to print out family pictures

    annabella @ centurytel dot net

  268. Jennifer B. says:

    I’d make Christmas Cards.

  269. abbey says:

    i need a printer for school!!!

  270. rachel says:

    printer some pictures and coupons

  271. Ash Johnson says:

    I’d print pictures of my new kitten

  272. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I would print out diagrams for school!

  273. beth m says:

    I would print out some pictures

  274. Amy Woods-Smith says:

    I would use it to print shipping labels for the stuff I sell on e-bay.

  275. Sherry Goedert says:

    The first thing I would try would be printing photos from my phone!

  276. Ben Gillis says:

    I would print out some photos of my children.

  277. ELISHA ANDERSON says:

    PRINT OUT MY SONS PRE-K PAPER WORK

  278. Ciara B. says:

    i would print lots of pictures

  279. Danielle B says:

    I would print off coupons

  280. Mary Calabrese says:

    I would create a personalized birthday card for my sister.

  281. LPadgett says:

    If I win this printer, I am going to type and print my husband’s teaching lesson plans and begin a project of scanning my family photos.

  282. Jessica Vaughan Gengler says:

    I would print out stuff for homeschool

  283. kim lazor says:

    A huge photo project…my goal is to finally print years worth of digital pics, organize them, then start my scrapbooking project. :)

  284. Wendy Pesce says:

    I would let me daughter use this for her college school work

  285. amber carroll says:

    printing coupons making screeb printed shirts and pictures!

  286. Hope says:

    printing photos

  287. Steve Stone says:

    id use it to start my new book

  288. Cheryl Rahkonen says:

    I want to make photo albums for my children for Christmas, so the first project would to be to copy photos and print them.

  289. Chavonne H says:

    I would the printer to print coupons to save for the holidays.

  290. DJ says:

    I would print out coupons for groceries for thanksgiving

  291. Sarah VM says:

    I would use it to print out the tons of pictures I’ve been wanting to get printed.

  292. Jennifer says:

    I would print a ton of pictures that have just been sitting in my computer!

  293. sarah says:

    Christmas Cards would be first and the several craft project that are in the wings

  294. Wehaf says:

    I would use this to print customized stationery!

  295. Kelley F says:

    I would use it to print recipes, coupons and photos.

  296. Elizabeth Ray says:

    My computer is on the blink and in the shop. (This happens WAY too often.) I fortunately have an iPad, which helps. Unfortunately, I do NOT have a wireless printer. Therefore, there is SO much I cannot do using the iPad. My work REQUIRES me to be able to scan in signed paperwork and to printout items. This printer would allow me to do my work using my iPad. I could even take the printer with me and submit work in the field. Therefore, my first project would be work related.

    I also take several newsletters via the internet which I prefer to print out. This printer would be wonderful for that purpose as well.

  297. Lisa says:

    Print coupons

  298. Laurel Simmons says:

    I’d love to be able to print some pictures from home!

  299. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    family photos for scrapbooking
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  300. Jill L says:

    I would use it to send invites to a girls’ group that I run.

  301. James V says:

    I would print pictures.

  302. I would print out my wedding photos and make thank you cards.

  303. Christie says:

    Printing coupons

  304. Nicole Lancaster says:

    I would use this printer to make homemade Christmas cards.

  305. Bruce Epper says:

    My first project would be printing photos to be used in a Christmas gift/craft project.

  306. Barb M says:

    Awsome giveawy ty!!!!

  307. Julie says:

    note cards and their envelopes, coupons thanks

  308. dario says:

    I would use it to print photos for a scrapbook that Ive been wanting to start

  309. Keisa Rogers says:

    I would print out my coupons.

  310. sandra says:

    for a holiday letter

  311. Rachel Wright says:

    scanning my daughters artwork to share on facebook. and printing pictures of the kids.

  312. Sara Wood says:

    I would use for my scrapbooking.

  313. HilLesha says:

    I’d print out coupons. :)

  314. johnny-amy lynn says:

    I would print out our Invoices!!! We own a Construction and Plumbing Company!!

  315. Dawn says:

    OH man we’d use it for everything…holiday cards, homework…my spreadsheets for my Auxiliary group.

  316. Dawn says:

    I think I commented already…but here I go again:

    we’d use it for everything…holiday cards, homework…my spreadsheets for my Auxiliary group.

  317. Karry says:

    I’d make some holiday cards.

  318. Paula Hafner says:

    I would use it with homeschooling and with my childcare business.

  319. Lisa Brown says:

    i would print some photos.

  320. Lisa Brown says:

    email subscription via email: frangiepani at hotmail dot com

  321. amirbahalegharn says:

    I will Use it for Resume,As I am trying to find a decent Company to work for in next first season of 2013

    It will be really a great help
    Thanks for providing us a chance to have this great giveaway

  322. Sheryl says:

    I will print recipes I want to try.

  323. Ellie W says:

    I would make copies of family photos to sen to my 93 year old uncle.

  324. sandy weinstein says:

    copy papers for my atty, so i dont have to pay him to make copies

  325. Laura Burton says:

    I’d love it to print some prints to go on my new bookcases!

  326. Albert Walker says:

    to make holiday and birthday cards and to make portraits

  327. Leanne M says:

    Christmas cards

  328. Frank Kerner says:

    I would use this printer to pass out my website flyers and print school work so I don’t have to keep paying while in college! at 5 cents a page, it starts to get expensive fast!

  329. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger says:

    Our old printer has been working very poorly for a very long time! First, I would want to make the new mailing labels my 90-year old Mom has been wanting for months. Then my Hubby would want to scan in all the bills, receipts, contracts, checks etc that have been piling up! And last but not least – I was planning to make/print a couple of dozen cook/recipe/general tips & advise and special personalized photos and other momentos to print and bind for special holiday gifts – and I’m already WAY behind on this project!

  330. Mary Tran says:

    Pix off my smartphone!

  331. Jamie Martin says:

    Photo collage!

  332. dani marie says:

    probably printing out an essay or paper for school. boring but probably would happen first.

  333. Mel says:

    I would love a new printer! I have one now that is running out of ink and it’s so old they don’t make the ink cartridges for it anymore! Remember those old block style printers??! Yeah! Lol

  334. Deb C says:

    I would ust the HP to print some Christmas recipes to give to family.

  335. Suzanne B says:

    First project I want to do is make and print own cookbook so I can have my recipes nice and organized.

  336. Lynda Del says:

    I’d use it to print work documents.

  337. Sandy R says:

    I would print out my daughter’s name in large colorful letters. We’re working on letter recognition.

  338. Pennie says:

    My daughter really needs a new printer to use on projects with my grandson!

  339. I would use it to print out some of my wedding photos from over a year ago.

  340. Mariah says:

    The first thing I would do is print the photo transfers for my father in laws Christmas gift.

  341. ewhatley says:

    I would use is to complete my recipe binder project – time to get them all in one place instead of scraps of paper everywhere.

  342. Stevie says:

    Invitations for my hubby’s birthday party

  343. Di says:

    probably something simple like recipes at first

  344. Jenny says:

    I would print out some photos!

  345. Both of my kids are working on multiplication in school right now, and they’ve been practicing with worksheets at home. The first thing I’d do is make copies of all of the sheets that I have so we can continue to practice without running out!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  346. Desiree Dunbar says:

    I’d love to print recipe cards with it.

  347. Patricia McNeill says:

    I would use it to make our family calendar. Thanks for a great give away !

  348. Karen Gonyea says:

    I’d do birthday party invites for my daughter :)

  349. Sandy V. says:

    I need to finish printing family photos

  350. I would love to printout some cards with this printer

  351. Liz Ticona says:

    Id do my baby blessing invitations :) and of course holiday cards too

  352. Liz Ticona says:

    Id do my baby blessing invitations :) and of course holiday cards too

  353. Connie Bolick Lee says:

    I would print some address labels

  354. nannypanpan says:

    christmas letters
    nannypanpan@gmail.com

  355. maria alvarado says:

    I would like to print greeting cards for Christmas and print pictures.

  356. Yona says:

    I’d use it for art projects, like Artist Trading Cards.

  357. Betty Antibus says:

    I would print annual Xmas letter

  358. McKim says:

    I would print Christmas letters.

  359. andrew b says:

    print some new photos to hang a round the house

  360. I’d use it for printing out stuff for school which starts for me on October 22nd!

  361. vera says:

    Print pictures of my kids.

  362. Laura S says:

    I want to print out and organize some family tree stuff from ancestry.com

  363. Heidi says:

    I would let the kids use it first for their school assignments!

  364. Lindsey M says:

    I would use it to print some Halloween projects for my kids

  365. Irv says:

    I would print out reference pages on a project I’m working on and transfer them to a loose leaf notebook.

  366. joni says:

    I would print all the pictures I have been wanting to.

  367. Jennifer Harriman says:

    I need a new printer to print my coupons!

  368. Michael Lambert says:

    Print out business cards

  369. Lena Naef says:

    I’d print pictures! We don’t have a printer and this one would be just what we need. Thanks for the chance to win.

  370. Christina Strapp says:

    Print out coupons!

  371. Mary Happymommy says:

    I would print school papers.

  372. Jovan B. says:

    My first project would be to print out pictures.

  373. Charles says:

    I’d print pics of the kids.. never have enough of those.

  374. Jennifer Marie says:

    I would print pictures from my kids and make a scrapbook.

  375. micheal dale grim says:

    the main thing i use my printer for is coupons,i use it constantly for that,but with a nice one like this i think i could find alot more uses for it!!!

  376. micheal dale grim says:

    i could use this for scrapbooking projects,and for pitcures and of course my coupons!!!

  377. Adrienne Bireley says:

    Print my family Christmas/picture card.

  378. s riches says:

    I would print invitations to our Christmas party

  379. Jennifer Jeffrey says:

    you showed lots of great things this can do would love to try it all

  380. Jennifer Jeffrey says:

    you showed lots of great things this can do would love to try it all

  381. jim says:

    My current printer doesn’t work for my mac, this would be nice to have a newer printer that works for both of my computers!

  382. Gilbert S says:

    print out some pictures

  383. Jeni Lutz says:

    I would print my kids pictures out and coupons

  384. rochelle johnson says:

    for my photos

  385. Aggie says:

    I would print some paper candy bar wrappers for a Christmas project.

  386. carole says:

    like to use it to make some holiday cards

  387. michelle king says:

    christmas cards

  388. Patricia Williams says:

    I would use it for coupons nd Christmas cards.

  389. jessica schueler says:

    I have lots of pictures to print out and kids always have home work

  390. kyona sirico says:

    I would use it first for business flyers.
    kyonac1@gmail.com

  391. Teresa Thompson says:

    Print pictures of my granddaughters.

  392. Ed Nemmers says:

    A book compilation!

  393. Joy F says:

    I’d print coupons.

  394. laurie nemeth says:

    I just sent the good printer with my son to Germany so I could really use this

  395. Nicole N says:

    I would print lots and lots of coupons. I don’t have a printer and am always missing those good deals.

  396. Nicole Strunk says:

    I just moved and have my own office space now. I need a printer for daily use and this would be great to print pictures to help me decorate my new space.

  397. Jasanna says:

    Christmas Cards!!

  398. Kim says:

    I would print off printables with my kids!

  399. Marie Darrer says:

    I’d print coupons

    Em Darr

  400. Susan C says:

    I could finally print out that Groupon I bought!

  401. laurie says:

    i need to print out some of my pictures

  402. Jillian says:

    Coupons baby!!!

  403. Richard Hicks says:

    I would use it to make some beautiful xmas cards.

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

  404. Robin says:

    I would use it to print this years christmas card

  405. julie c says:

    I would print out pictures !

  406. make birthday invitations

  407. jeanne conner says:

    print coupons

  408. Alicia says:

    I have some pictures I could print out.

    Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

  409. Jodi says:

    I would make address labels for Christmas.

  410. Charlene says:

    I’d use it to print flyers for my church’s annual fundraiser.

  411. jeannine s says:

    I would use it to print out pics for wall collage

  412. Anthony says:

    Print out some pictures of my niece

  413. Anthony says:

    Print out some pictures of my niece

  414. Anita Anderson says:

    i would use it to make xmas cards with it.

  415. Vera S says:

    I would like to print special family photos to frame. I would also love to be able to print coupons to help the family budget.

  416. Stuart Krishnan says:

    Would use this for family photo collages for the walls.

  417. Charlotte says:

    I would print pictures!

  418. Lisa Garner says:

    I would use the new printer to make Holiday Cards.
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

  419. engin g. says:

    print out my family members’ pictures, thanks.

  420. Miz Vickik says:

    I’d print some scrapbook pages!

  421. Shannon says:

    I’d print photos, recipes and holiday cards

  422. Jodi J. says:

    I would like to print out pictures for a scrapbook.

  423. Alexandra Clatterbuck says:

    Family Christmas cards!!

  424. Krystle G says:

    coupons!!

  425. Carla says:

    I’d print all my pictures that are waiting on my memory cards.

  426. Kayla says:

    I’d use it to print coupons!

  427. jeri boss says:

    i would print coupons, photos, and more coupons

  428. steph says:

    id use it to print baby pics!

  429. Tabathia B says:

    I would use it to print pictures of my kids and my coupons

  430. heather says:

    Christmas letter.

  431. wendy wallach says:

    i would print my daughters pics for her school project

  432. Aimee Fontenot says:

    I would use it to print all the pictures I have been wanting to print to hang on my walls.

  433. Emily says:

    I’d print coupons – i love couponing :)

  434. debb says:

    I would print pictures for scrap booking!

  435. Anna K says:

    I’d use it for school – so many powerpoints to print out!

  436. tracey byram says:

    I’d print grocery coupons.

  437. I’d print coloring pages for the kids

  438. Kim Smith says:

    I would love to have the ability to print straight from my phone or tablets

  439. Amy DeLong says:

    christmas card/picture
    ardelong2(at)gmail(dot)com

  440. Laura Proctor Unger says:

    I’d use it to print new address labels.

  441. Angela W says:

    I would print coupons.

  442. Angela W says:

    I would print coupons.

  443. SHAYNA says:

    I WOULD PRINT OUT MY COUPONS :)

    shebebes@yahoo.com

  444. clynsg says:

    This would go to my daughter, who has no printer right now, so I suspect the first project would be printing one of her college assignments.

  445. Terry Dragon says:

    I have 6 beautiful grandkids. I need to be able to print pictures of them for grandma.

  446. Ashli says:

    Card making

  447. latanya says:

    I would print pictures that I just took this weekend.

  448. Christina says:

    I will use my new printer to print out pictures for my grandparents photo album!

  449. Saver Sara says:

    Probably holiday cards or to work on my baby scrapbook

  450. Rick Bryant says:

    I definitely want to give this unit a try!

  451. Rochel S says:

    I would print pics of my kids!

  452. Kitty says:

    Christmas/Holiday cards.

  453. Amy says:

    coupons and christmas cards

  454. Erica C. says:

    I’d print coupons without having to plug my laptop into the printer!

  455. Rita says:

    I would use it to help me with my school work and to print pictures of my family to share.

  456. Jammie says:

    I would use it to print school work off for my daughter.

  457. Irene Antonaccio says:

    I would use this printer to make my Christmas cards on.

  458. Chrissy Nestor says:

    To make recipe cards for my daughter who loves to cook.

    chrissylea1979 (at)gmail(dot) com

  459. katie t says:

    I find a lot of cute activities I’d like to do with my preschool age son, but we don’t have a color printer. Those are probably what I would print first.

  460. Theresa J says:

    I would do some thanksgiving name tags

  461. melina r says:

    I would print up some pictures

  462. Tara Funair says:

    I am going to print a GOOD photo of my 3 boys !!!

  463. mary gardner says:

    i would print lots of pictures!

    jagar0047 at yahoo dot com

  464. Kat Emerick says:

    I would love to make my own Christmas Cards with Photos.
    kat_emerick@yahoo.com

  465. Roxann says:

    The first thing I would do is print some coupons.

  466. Derek Timm says:

    I would use it for Christmas cards.

  467. Mya Murphy says:

    As a cook, I would do recipes!!! I would like to get a business started as well, perhaps business cards!

  468. amy deeter says:

    print some photos

  469. Robert Pyszk says:

    I would use this printer to print coupons.

  470. Angela H says:

    I would love to print photos.

  471. Cynthia Sexton says:

    Thank you so much. I would use this printer to print pictures of my Jewelry for my new business.

  472. Vikki Billings says:

    I would print out some coupons!

  473. Brad Merrell says:

    Print my photographs

  474. Polly says:

    I would use it to print coupons

  475. Tim Moss says:

    I need to print out multiple copies of my resume so that I can have them handy for job applications.

  476. Amy T says:

    I would use it for coupons!!!

  477. I would make a tshirt applique that i can iron onto a white tshirt supporting one of my favorite books. i know i know. book nerd! :D

  478. Kat says:

    Probably coupons then maybe some photos

  479. April Evans says:

    I would use it to print out holiday cards for my family and friends.

  480. kelly says:

    I’m working on my home binder. This would be helpful.

  481. Jan Messali says:

    I’d like to make some Thanksgiving cards, using the printer.

  482. kathy pease says:

    my son would use this for homework :)

  483. Lydia says:

    I make my own holiday cards, and would probably use this for my Xmas cards!

  484. Lydia says:

    Xmas cards!

  485. Charity S says:

    I would use it on my son’s big social studies project.

  486. Angela Cash says:

    My first project would be to scan and print old photos to share with family.

  487. I’d print out coupons.

  488. Crystal S says:

    Oh I would make all my christmas cards with this!!!

  489. Wendy McBride says:

    The first thing I would do is print coupons!

    wendym at cableone dot net

  490. amberlyn johnson says:

    I’d print out some pics

  491. Kellie Conklin says:

    I would use it to make some fun Halloween Centers for my friend’s classroom! Thanks!

  492. Debra Getsinger says:

    I would make Christmas cards.

  493. kaye lake says:

    I would love it for coupon printing and clipping….

  494. Rachel Ellis says:

    I would use it to make thank you cards.

  495. Vicki D. says:

    I would make invitations for the Christmas party that’s going to be at our house. My son could also use it to make new business cards for himself.

  496. Gaines Simmons says:

    Hello, how are you? Thank you for this opportunity. I would use the HP printer to copy family pictures.

  497. Laura Bradley says:

    i would make christmas cards

  498. meme says:

    to print out holiday Christmas cards

  499. scan old photos
    Thanks for the giveaway! Janna Johnson jannajanna@hotmail.com GFC: janna@feedyourpig

  500. It’s MY birthday too! Perhaps I’d print out some of the lovely photographs I took today on a “leaf peeping” drive through our local park. God bless!

  501. Tracie Trump says:

    I would print coupons and pictures from my phone, my fb is Michelle Trump and my email is tracietrump@yahoo.com

  502. Leslie L. Stanziani says:

    I would print some worksheets for my 4 kids( home school them).Our printer is on its last leg.

  503. Geoff K says:

    My first project would have to be to make and print holiday cards — thanks!

  504. Breanne says:

    I’d print pictures

  505. Jennifer J says:

    I’d go back to printing coupons!

  506. john redding says:

    I would print out my recipe cards and mixes for Xmas gifts this year

  507. Deborah Hogue says:

    I would use this to print out pics of my grandbabies to start a scrapbook

  508. I would print off some photos for scrapbooking

  509. Buddy Garrett says:

    I would use it to print resumes.

  510. Sara Hallberg says:

    We just made the decision to homeschool so I am designing wall schedules. That would be my first printing job.

  511. Mindy McCrea says:

    I would use it to print out coupons first probably, then Christmas cards!

  512. amelia ramey says:

    I would love to win this printer, so I didn’t have to handwrite sooo much!!!

  513. heather c says:

    I’ve seen some great printables for Halloween on Pinterest lately. I would probably do a few of those and maybe some labels for witchy bottles.

  514. Christian Alejandro says:

    I would love to try out printing some cards for the holidays.

  515. Bryan E. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…my daughters are always working on school projects that involve graphics & photos.

  516. Catherine Campbell says:

    The project I would do is print out all the photos on my computer.

  517. holly says:

    i would start printing coupons that i’ve been missing out on :)

  518. Scott Nussman says:

    I would use the printer to print CDr labels for my first project.

  519. Kristin says:

    Probably my Christmas newsletter!

  520. Sand says:

    I would love to make some holiday cards.

  521. Paula Johnston says:

    I would use it to print all the millions of wonderful recipes that I see on all the facebook pages, I would then be able to compile a recipe book for my daughter and my grandchildren.

  522. rocsi says:

    question! i have this printer (i found it on a curb). no cd, no usb cable, just the printer, and i downloaded the driver from online. says i need the usb to connect it to my laptop. is there a way to do it without the usb? i looked that up online, it says i can do that by pressing the setup button (then provides instructions from there…) BUT i cant find the setup button! please help

    • Rocsi, on the digital display panel, setup is one of the options you can scroll to. It took me awhile that the up and down arrows can actually scroll through quite a long list of options, so keep scrolling until you hit Network. Then click Ok and continue scrolling up or down and selecting the option you want by pushing Ok. The printer will basically walk you through the entire setup.

      I have never used the usb cable to set mine up, but you need some basic info first – your ISP # for instance. If you go into the setup in your printer, the first thing you’ll want it to do is get connected to your home network. It’s been awhile since I set mine up, but I’m pretty sure you need to push the reset button on your router and then the printer will discover your network, on its own; and if it doesn’t find it, the printer gives you the option to just input the ISP. Once the printer is on your network, you can just add it to your laptop by using Add a Printer in Control Panel on your computer.

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