The Officejet J5780 is rather similar to other printers, but let’s give it a rundown. Once you take it out of the box, you remove the safety tapes as well as the orange shipping lock located under the middle area of the printer. It’s actually represented by the first horizontal line across the device when looking from bottom upwards. After that you put on the face-plate onto the control panel if you desire to protect it and attach the trays and load the paper. Once that step is complete, plug into electric outlet in your home or office and turn the printer on. Install the print cartridges which are located in the same level as the shipping lock but on the opposite side (right hand). Remember to remove the safety tapes from cartridges as well. Once those are fit into place, align the cartridges by following the on screen instructions on the printer’s control panel. Then all that you are left to do is insert the software DVD into your PC, run it and when prompted connect the two devices.
The average price for this all-in-one printer (it can print, copy, scan and send/receive faxes) is around 200 dollars. However, considering some reviews, it has great picture prints, but text printing is under-performing in some cases, so you might want to consider what you need the device for and if it is the right one for you. In case you need an overall better device, consider investing a bit more and your range of possible selections will improve greatly.
In regards to the HP Officejet J5780 PDF Manual, it can be downloaded through this link: http://sharedf.com/documentation/hp-officejet-j5780-user-manual-in-pdf/