Brother MFC-J6720DW Manual (User Guide & Setup Guide)

The Brother MFC-J6720DW is designed for micro and small workplaces that require tabloid-size printing and scanning (11 by 17 inches and the ISO A3 equivalent). This type cannot scan both sides of a page, which is why you may prefer it if you do not require duplex (two-sided) scanning. This printer does not support NFC (near-field communications), and it has a smaller touch screen on the front panel for giving commands. By making it simple to establish a connection, NFC makes printing from or scanning to a smartphone or tablet significantly more convenient. However, not all smartphones and tablets accept NFC, and if your mobile device does not support it, having it in the printer is pointless. If you don’t require duplex scanning or NFC, the MFC-J6720DW is a far more likely candidate. The smaller touch screen, at 2.7 instead of 3.7 inches, makes issuing commands a little less convenient, but it would be difficult to justify purchasing the more expensive printer simply for the touch screen. The printer’s paper handling is the primary reason to select it over devices that can only handle letter-size paper. You can use one of its two 250-sheet paper drawers for printing up to tabloid-size paper. This allows you to load 500 tabloid-size sheets at once, or 250 letter-size sheets and 250 tabloid-size sheets, allowing you to simply move between paper sizes. The one-sheet manual feed allows you to print on different paper stock without having to swap out paper in the tray, and the automatic print duplexer allows you to print on both sides of a page. As previously stated, duplex scanning is not possible. The flatbed and 35-sheet automated document feeder, on the other hand, can accommodate up to tabloid size, which is larger than most MFPs can handle. Aside than that, the MFC-J6720DW offers a plethora of MFP functions. It can print, fax, and scan to your PC, including over a network; it can also function as a standalone fax machine and copier; it can print straight from PictBridge cameras; and it can print from and scan to memory cards and USB memory keys. It also has Web-connected features that allow you to print from and scan to a variety of online services such as Evernote, Dropbox, Box, Facebook, and others. Mobile printing and scanning capability covers cloud printing as well as printing from and scanning to a smartphone or tablet through Wi-Fi. Because the connection options include Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi, and Ethernet, you can print from or scan to a smartphone or tablet even if the printer isn’t connected to a network with an access point.

Download Brother MFC-J6720DW Manual (User Guide & Setup Guide)

Brother MFC-J6720DW Manual

Download Brother MFC-J6720DW Manual PDF (Online User’s Guide And Quick Setup Guide)

The following manuals contain all the instruction and tutorials on using your printer, from the beginning to the advanced.

*Match the Brother MFC-J6720DW manual based on the operating system you are using, because each installation on a different OS also has a different manual.

Brother MFC-J6720DW Online User’s Guide

Brother MFC-J6720DW Quick Setup Guide

User Guide is usually used for learning the operations, maintenance, troubleshooting tips, and some useful tutorial on how to use the features of your Brother MFC-J6720DW printer. While Setup Guide is made for the installation of the printer before using it.

Read Also: Brother MFC-J6710DW Manual

All Brother MFC-J6720DW manuals, which can be downloaded from this website owned and operated by the official printer manufacturer or one of the third parties of Official vendor.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *