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The default location for two sided (duplex) printing is located under the Layout tab. When you select File > Print, the print dialog that appears could be minimised, meaning that all you see is the printer name and the Presets menu. If this is so, click the triangle next to the printer name to expand the view. Now, if you open the Copies & Pages menu, you will see the layout tab. Here you can select two-sided.
If this is not available (grayed-out) it will most likely be due to the Samsung driver having its own duplex function. This could be located under another menu, possibly named Finishing.
The other thing to look out for is enabling the duplex setting. For some printers, the duplex function requires an option piece of hardware. In these cases, you need to tell the driver that your printer has this installed. If you open the printer queue for the Samsung, and select Options & Supplies, under the Driver tab may be an area where you can select what options are installed on the printer. If you see the duplex unit, then enable it and close the window. You may need to restart the Mac for the function to appear in the driver.