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HP - Envy 4500 Network-Ready Wireless e-All-in-One Printer - Black

With built-in Wi-Fi, this HP Envy 4500 A9T80A e-all-in-one printer allows wireless connection to a network, so you can print, copy and scan with ease. HP ePrint and Apple® AirPrint technologies let you easily print from your enabled mobile device.
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Questions & Answers for HP - Envy 4500 Network-Ready Wireless e-All-in-One Printer - Black

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Scan to e-mail

I am looking for a printer that will scan directly from printer to a e-mail address, with out using the computer
9 months ago
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RobinTacoma
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As far as I know this printer will not do that.
8 months ago
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esh10001
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Plano, TX
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You can Scan to email [via printer control app] on this HP Printer.
9 months ago
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I have no laptop. Which printer is best for android and iPad device??

10 months ago
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Kcr0wd3n
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The Envy 4500 works flawlessly on my IPad and IPhone. Set up was very easy.
10 months ago
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Starbuck2525
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This HP Printer comes standard with the HP ePrint mobile printing feature and the Apple AirPrint mobile printing feature which should allow you to send print jobs from most mobile devices.
10 months ago
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what kind of paper do I buy to print photos?

10 months ago
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beth
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Best quality is to buy photo grade paper.
9 months ago
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Trawets
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Agoura Hills. CA
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I recommend looking at HP Photo paper to print photos from this HP Printer.
10 months ago
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Can you automatically copy a document on 2 sides?

I know that one can print on 2 sides from the computer. Not clear about simply copying.
10 months ago
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Lin
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Not this model that I've found. It's a flatbed scanner without auto document feed. Therefore telling me it would require a two step scan/print
9 months ago
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St. Louis, MO
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Yes you can. I loved that option. I know not to many printers have it. But this one Does
9 months ago
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Student305
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This HP e-All-in-One Printer does not support two-sided (Duplex) copying.
10 months ago
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Can I print using my Kindle Fire HD?

I am wondering if I will be able to print when using my Kindle Fire HD? Is there an APP I can buy to be able to print using my Kindle?
10 months ago
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Anonymous
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I didn't need an app to print from my iPad but did need assistance to get my wireless printing function to work. Recently converted to digital internet, TV and phone. Had the tech setup my wireless while here. I would think wireless printing from your Kindle Fire would work. I have an older Kindle so not familiar with all the capabilities of the Fire. Not sure I was any help. Sorry.
9 months ago
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Hinkd
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If your Kindle Fire HD can support the HP ePrint App you may be able to print to this HP e-All-in-One printer. HP does not have specifications on third party products like Kindle, I recommend contacting the manufacturers of Kindle for compatibility questions.
10 months ago
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What type of internet is required?

My internet is strictly wifi (no cables whatsoever). Will I still be able to use the wireless part of it? Or would I need a standard LAN cable to use?
11 months ago
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The HP ENVY 4500 has an easy WiFi setup and requires no LAN connection whatsoever.
11 months ago
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Copperpossum85
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It has Wifi Capability...you should be able to use the WPS function on your router to connect the printer fast and seamlessly. Read your owners manual for the quick easy steps to enable wifi on the printer.
11 months ago
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3p1D3M1c
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Does this printer have a larger capacity black ink cartridge?

11 months ago
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Anonymous
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No .
11 months ago
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mrscervantes
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This HP Printer does support the HP 61XL Ink cartridges.

HP 61XL High Yield Black Original Ink Cartridge (CH563WN)
HP 61XL High Yield Tri-color Original Ink Cartridge (CH564WN)
11 months ago
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System requirements (Windows XP, 7, 8, etc.)?

Under "system requirements" it says it works with Windows XP or higher. Under "additional system requirements" it says Windows 7 or 8. If I have XP, will it work? Only partially work? What does the difference in system requirement information mean?
11 months ago
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Heather
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Washington DC
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You shouldn't have any issues whatsoever. Just follow the easy steps on the installation disc and windows will recognize the appropriate drivers for you and install them.
11 months ago
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3p1D3M1c
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This HP Printer comes standard with Microsoft Windows 32-bit (SP2 or higher) compatiblity. It should support all of the printer's features as long as the PC meets the minimum system requirements for the printer.
11 months ago
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HP Team
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What ink cartridge does this printer require?

11 months ago
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Anonymous
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HP Ink Cartridge 61
11 months ago
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Torres33035
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Homestead, Florida
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HP 61 in black and color
11 months ago
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kroman
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spring hill florida
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photo copies

how do i use picture paper to make copies of photographs
11 months ago
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Anonymous
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Just put in photo paper, 8X 10 is very easy, just line it up like the paper.
But the 4x6 paper is a little difficult, but it can be lined up right.
7 months ago
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elkguns03
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Chapmanville, WV
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I just load it into the printer. I don't do anything special.
8 months ago
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aer709
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