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*Architects, CGA
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Messenger Pain

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11-15-1999 09:16 AM
Three of our workstations are set up in NT, all going to a plotter and
printer set-up under a server. A message appears on screen during autocad
WHENEVER a file is done printing, which in our office is every few minutes.
Can this Messenger Alert be eliminated from appearing during ACAD LT & 2000?
Its like an electronic fly. I don't really care if a plot throughput has
been completed, even if its my own print job since it doesn't really tell me
anything useful (like my plot or print is actually done). Any solutions?
*Davidson, Gary
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Re: Messenger Pain

11-15-1999 11:01 AM in reply to: *Architects, CGA
On the plot server, go to the Control Panel, Printers dialog box. From the
File menu, choose "Server Properties", then go to the Advanced tab. There's
a setting here called "Notify When Remote Documents are Done" (or something
like that) Uncheck this box and you should stop receiving the pesky
notifications.

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Gary Davidson
Newport Beach, CA
mailto:gdavi@yahoo.com

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> Three of our workstations are set up in NT, all going to a plotter and
> printer set-up under a server. A message appears on screen during autocad
> WHENEVER a file is done printing, which in our office is every few
minutes.
> Can this Messenger Alert be eliminated from appearing during ACAD LT &
2000?
> Its like an electronic fly. I don't really care if a plot throughput has
> been completed, even if its my own print job since it doesn't really tell
me
> anything useful (like my plot or print is actually done). Any solutions?
>
>

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