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Staple & several copies

  • If you like to print several copies and want to use the staple feature: do not use Copies on the first dialog page!

  • Instead use Tab: Advanced > Repeat Job:

repeat.job.png

Booklet printing

Printer / Copier 'jcolor' is capable to fold and stamp printouts to create booklets / brochures.

  • Mulitple Copies: DO NOT USE 'copies' (print dialog or via commandline '-n num-copies'). Instead use 'Repeat jobs' under advanced options.
  • Up to 16 sheets of paper can be stitched! If you have more they only get folded.
  • Printing booklet with only folding (no stamps), might produce outputs where the single folded sheets of paper are one by one and not insertet into each other.

Linux via terminal

  • Use the built script:

lpBooklet.sh -n <number_of_copies> -m <A4|A5> -f <file.pdf>

Linux via GUI

  1. In the print dialog select printer jcolor. Do not select multiple Copies there!

    • bookletjcolor0.png

  2. Go to Page Setup and select at Paper size A4 or A5. One-Sided has to be set!

    • booklet 2 a4.png booklet 3 a5.png

  3. Go to Finishing and check if Booklet Printing is set to "On"
    • booklet.png

  4. Go to Advanced and select at Saddle Stitch Setting: if you want the booklet folded only or folded and stitched. Also Repeat Job (seen above) should be used instead of multiple copies!

    • booklet 4.png

  5. Hit Print to print your booklet

Windows

  1. In the print dialog of the application (Word, Acrobat, etc.), select the printer jcolor and open the Printer Properities

booklet 6.png

  1. Select the Basic Settings tab and choose Booklet A5 or Booklet A4, depending on your requirements

booklet_profile_windows.png

  1. Confirm the dialog by pressing OK

  2. Print the document

PublicMathWiki: print/booklet (last edited 2018-01-15 09:16:20 by dmorci)