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111804dellprinter650x464 300x214 How to Choose an All In One Printer For a Home OfficeRunning a home office will be beneficial for you because you can reduce your expenses in a good way. Besides, having home based business will allow you to do your duties at home so you can do your double functions. Talking about this business, you will need the presence of all-in-one printer that can be a good addition for your business. This kind of printer is really functional since it helps you in the process of printing, scanning, faxing and other things. To help you in choosing the right machine for your needs, reading this article will be a good thing to do. Here, you will get the best ways on how to choose the machine so you can take the benefits from the option you make.

Printing

On Both Sides

Q. Is it possible to print documents on both sides of the paper with an inkjet printer, or do you need a laser printer? If so, how?

A. The ability to automatically print on both sides of the paper (also called duplex printing or double-sided printing) usually depends on the printer and its capabilities, but many inkjet models can handle the job. Check the printer’s manual or manufacturer’s Web site for specific information and instructions.

Barnes & Noble bills itself as “the world’s largest bookseller and the nation’s highest rated bookselling brand.” Today, the company includes 775 retail bookstores and 636 campus bookstores serving more than 4 million students and 250,000 faculty members across the country.

According to the Statistical Abstract of the United States, 49% of all book purchases in 2000 were done online. In 2007 (the latest available data) this increased to 61%. Today’s bookselling powerhouses, BN, Borders, and Amazon, are each pursuing both online sales and ebooks.

Innovative e-learning solutions provider Innotica has undertaken a a research on the current trends of e-learning usage in the region. The research was initiated by customer needs to map best practices and forecast market changes due to significant budget cuts within HR and ICT departments.

Researchers aims are to find out how much do CEE companies spend on e-learning today, which are the most popular training areas, what are the main concerns regarding distance learning and how will e-learning affect the corporate education and trainings in the future. These questions, among several others, will be asked from HR professionals working at multinational companies in 12 CEE countries.