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I'd like to be able to set two sizes of paper in the page set up.

I've got two lay-outs in one file. One to make faxes and one to make adress-stickers. Both differ in size.

My collegues get annoyed 'cause they have to change the papersize manualy every time they make a fax or sticker.

So I was wondering if anything could be done about this HUGE problem crazy.gif

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Go to Print Setup & select the settings for the desired task & create a script for that task with the Print Setup(restore, no dialog) in the script.

Then redo the Print Settings for your other print job & then create another script for that job.

Now your users can use your Print Scripts without worrying about paper size.

Later

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Yes! It ends up being pretty useful to create a series of scripts, one for each paper configuration, you might call them:

Page Setup (Letter, Landscape)

Page Setup (Letter, Portrait)

Page Setup (Seiko, Label)

Since each script can only store one page setup, it is more convenient to use subscripts for this purpose. A script can then call any number of these different setups. -bd

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I also find it useful to create the Print Setup scripts for both Mac & PC so I can refernece them via subscripts.

I once heard that if I store the Print Settings on a PC in a script, I can then edit the Print Settings on a Mac & "replace" the Print Setup, it will be store both platforms Print Settings in the same script. Is this true? Just curious...

Later ???-)

[This message has been edited by PinnWal (edited February 02, 2001).]

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