I found this machine very easy to set up paper feeder holds appromately about 80 sheets I found HP Everyday 60 to 80 gsm paper works perfectly with this printer, and I believe you can get this paper easily in most supermarkets IE: Sainsbury or Tesco. It scans, photocopies, and prints and works well from your Wifi feed at home.
You can get additional information regarding accessories from the printer''s menu keys.
And when it comes to fitting the cartridge there is a tutorial mode, build into the menu that will walk you through the installation process.
With this you can also test the print out but I have been advised that you must really try and use HP own brand of Cartridges as using cheaper brands are not cover under the warranty, if the printer was to break down.
Scanning you can scan straight onto your PC or for it to be attached to email or even another PC if this is also connected up.
I have found, though if you are copying a buck of copies the machine is quite slow in printing them all.
You can also check your Cartridges level, but the machine should advise you on when it is time to get a replacement.
For very best performance, it''s always best to leave attached on to you broadband wifi feed it will go into sleep mode and will be ready for you upon demand there are addition apps that can be installed for this printer to increase the features on what it can do.