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Printing to Winfax Pro

When I print to Winfax, the send screen comes up, but no documents.
The documents I found created in winfax data, and I can "send them to winfax" and they show up, but I can only send 1 page at a time that way.

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Hello,
While print the document in winfax,you have to select the type of work you going to do.

To send multiple document u have to select the number of copies.


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HI,

Are you using a trial version of this software or a full version?Please let me know.

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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"No acknowledgement received on last attempt"


Usually, this error occurs after sending a page, or prior to sending all the pages of a multipage fax.

There are many reasons why this occurs, and it is not always easy to determine why.

You may want to read up on "types of modems" found in the following document
http://www.getfaxing.com/winfax/2009/06/25/first-time-guide-to-winfax-pro/

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