Re: Printing copies of FrameMaker files

Subject: Re: Printing copies of FrameMaker files
From: Bill Burns <BillDB -at- ILE -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 18 Sep 1998 09:06:35 -0600

Applications make copies by sending multiple print files to the printer. If
you have a copying feature on your printer (like an HP Mopier or Mita
printer/copier), you can send just one file, then run the copies out of the
printer's memory. Otherwise, you need to send sepearate print jobs or use
the copies feature on the driver (which will send separate print jobs).
Setting the default driver settings would at least remove the burden from
Frame, But Windows is still sending multiple print jobs to the printer.


Bill Burns
ILE Communications/Eccentric Technology Consultant
billdb -at- ile -dot- com
> You can't gouge out your mind's eye.
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> Hi folks.
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> This is an old problem that I've long since narrowed down to a fault in
> FrameMaker. I've searched both the Framers and techwr-l archives to no
> avail. (There was an issue posted to the Framers archives but I couldn't
> find any solutions.)
>
> When I print ten copies of a Frame file, the file that gets sent to the
> printer is ten times larger than it would be if I printed only one copy.
> Also, it takes about ten times as long to generate on my PC.
>
> My workaround is to select one copy in the Frame print dialog and ten
> copies in the Windows Printers control panel. It's clunky, but it works.
>
>

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