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Depending on exactly what you want in increasing complexity...

Option 1:

If you are always printing the same number of copies of the record, you can set the number of copies in the print dialog when you print. Then when you put the print command in your script, select 'no dialog.' It will restore the settings of the last print that you did including the number of copies (at least it does on a Mac).

Option 2:

If you want them all on the same page, set up a layout with the same fields duplicated as many times as you need copies.

Option 3:

If you want a variable number of copies on separate pages you need a looping script to execute the print several times.

Option 4:

If you want a variable number of copies on the same sheet, you will need to set up calculated fields that either duplicate the data or are blank depending on how many copies you want.

Eg:

DupField4=if(Ncopies>=4,OriginalField,"")

[This message has been edited by BobWeaver (edited December 15, 2000).]

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