HP Officejet 6300 Print and Scan Driver

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HP Officejet 6300 Driver

This download file contains the printer driver for HP Officejet 6300, the drivers are required to connect the printer to your computer. Set up your printer using the built-in printer driver for Windows operating systems.

Below, you can find printer drivers that are compatible with Windows and Mac operating systems. The following software and drivers support for HP Officejet 6300 printer series.

HP Print and Scan Doctor

Windows 11/10/10 x64/8.1/8.1 x64/8/8 x64/7/7 x64
Size:11.5 MB

HP Printer Driver

macOS 11/10.15/10.14/10.13/OS X 10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9
Size:584.4 MB

Printer Specifications

HP Officejet 6300HP Officejet 6300 series of all-in-one inkjet printers is notable for its dedication to print quality, which extends to both the laser and color printing modes. In addition to its fast print speed, this printer has an integrated network. With its card slot, automatic document feeder, and color copying, scanning, and faxing capabilities, this printer eliminates the need for a PC in the printing process.

The Officejet 6300 series can print up to 30 ppm in color. This means you can print 30 full-color pages in under a minute. It is possible to print 24 pages per minute in black and white, also called monochrome. In comparison to its predecessor, the HP Officejet 4400 is a more efficient printer.

You may also print professional-quality documents in color or black and white using this printer. This function allows you to print at a maximum resolution of 4800 by 1200 dpi, greatly improving the clarity and sharpness of your color output.

Paper sizes from 4×6 inches to 8×10 inches, as well as Letter, legal, executive, cards, and envelopes, are all supported by the Officejet 6300 printer. Connecting to the printer first is required. To communicate wirelessly or via a wired network (such as Bluetooth, Ethernet, or USB). But first, check to see if your device has a suitable print driver.

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