Re: reverse order printing report (fwd)

Subject: Re: reverse order printing report (fwd)
From: Judith Wisdom <wisdom -at- UDCEMAIL -dot- UDC -dot- UPENN -dot- EDU>
Date: Mon, 10 Jan 1994 05:48:18 EST

Judith Wisdom wrote:
From wisdom Mon Jan 10 05:46:05 1994
From: wisdom (Judith Wisdom)
Message-Id: <9401101046 -dot- AA23924 -at- udcemail -dot- udc -dot- upenn -dot- edu>
Subject: Re: reverse order printing report
To: TECHWR-L -at- VMI -dot- UCC -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
Date: Mon, 10 Jan 94 5:46:03 EST
Cc: wisdom (Judith Wisdom)
X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.3 PL11-upenn1.12]

Note: The message below is not really a quote, but the text of a message
I just wrote that I intended for two lists--this one and the one I mailed
it to first. I don't know how to send to
more than one list (if there is a way), other than sending to one and then
forwarding to the other. But I so hate those greater than signs. They make
the message look second hand or like day-old bread. However, it is better
than retyping the message and as much intended for TECHWR-L as for the
first list I sent it to ("to which I sent it" for those of you who are
opposed to sentences being ended with prepositions).


> A few days ago I posted a request for help in getting my HP Deskjet 500 to
> print the pages of a document in reverse order, because as the printer
> is set to
> work, page one comes out on the bottom (print side up!), meaning I have to
> then sit and reverse the pages. I received lots of return postings of
> supportive sympathy and all manner of helpful suggestions--other
> lists that might yield help, ways to jerry-rig (sp?), etc.--but
> one kind person wrote me a macro for my wordprocessing software
> (WP50 in DOS). I just got around to testing it, and it works
> like a charm. I think he sent it to me privately, so I don't
> want to publish his name for fear of inundating him, although I would
> like to make a public hero of him for his kindness and competence, which I
> shall not soon forget. I will post his macro to the list latter today or
> tomorrow so that anyone else who might want it will have it.

> Judith Wisdom wisdom -at- udcemail -dot- udc -dot- upenn -dot- edu

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