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*peebles, scott
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saving print setup settings??

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12-05-2002 11:09 PM
Is there a way to save the print setup settings in each .idw file so that I
don't have to do print setup every time I want to print an .idw that has a
different page size from the last printed .idw.

We have three different page sizes and it is a pain to print an entire
project's .idw files when the page sizes are random.

thanks
Scott
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jiml
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Message 2 of 4 (52 Views)

Re: saving print setup settings??

12-05-2002 11:28 PM in reply to: *peebles, scott
nope
*Maas, Karl
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Re: saving print setup settings??

12-08-2002 10:03 PM in reply to: *peebles, scott
I hear that you can set up three identical printers in Windows with
different default settings in each. Then just print to the one you want.

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K


"scott peebles" wrote in message
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> Is there a way to save the print setup settings in each .idw file so that
I
> don't have to do print setup every time I want to print an .idw that has a
> different page size from the last printed .idw.
>
> We have three different page sizes and it is a pain to print an entire
> project's .idw files when the page sizes are random.
>
> thanks
> Scott
>
>
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Ray_P
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Registered: ‎05-29-2003
Message 4 of 4 (52 Views)

Re:

12-08-2002 10:03 PM in reply to: *peebles, scott
We have the same problem, only worse our network printer will only let you set to default settings. We have tried installing on our NT server 2 printers that are really the same printer, just different names. Still have to switch paper sizes inside Inventor.
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