HP Officejet Pro 8610 All-in-One Printing Preference does not have Print Last Page First option

HP Officejet Pro 8610 All-in-One printer:  Printing Preference missing Print Last Page First option.  Print lots of multipage documents.  Spending enormous amount of time resorting pages. 
Prior to this printer?  .... grab printed stack -  staple  -  DONE! 
Now?   Have to resort every document!
Anyone out there have a solution?

Reply to mkjohnson42. It doesn't matter what application I'm in. The option is NOT there. Just to confirm, I started from Word 2010, Excel 2010, a web page using Internet Explorer, Foxfire and Chrome. Plus, I did the old stand-by of going to Printers and Devices>Preferences. Under Preferences I have the choice to print on both sides of paper but NO Print Last Page First. I REALLY did check ALL of this before resorting to the Community. So, I really don't understand your question. Sorry.

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