I have concern with this issue as well.
Right now the 1 staple option is Portrait- Top Left or Landscape- Top Right.
The next one is Portrait - Bottom Left or Landscape- Top Left.
Wasnt there a Portrait -Top Left or Landscape Top Left at one time before the change in drivers??
You could install another instance of the driver and name it Landscape Staple.
Then set your settings in the Printing Preferences
Then when you need the option to work as expected just choose the printer called Landscape Staple
To make this work, you need to configure one drawer/open it in the copier where you turn the paper to landscape orientation. When you print, you need to select that drawer. For example, go to "page setup", paper tab, and select the tray number.
It took me awhile to figure this out. Now I want to save the driver settings so that when a document is printed to that copier, it will automatically print landscape with staple.
It might be an application setting or a driver setting. It sounds as if it is doing a 180 degree rotation.
Try disabling the driver setting and see if the issue resolves. If it does, disable in in preferences via
Start>Devices and Printers
right-click the printer and choose Printing Preferences>Advanced>Setup uncheck and click OK
Printing and stapling in landscape - the staple is put at the top right position instead of the top left. Portrait stapling is correct. If you send a print job in portrait and landscape you can see the staple stays in the same position. Correct for portrait, incorrect for landscape. If you hold the landscape job and print and staple at the copier the staple is in the correct position.
xerox workcentre 5855