When printing multiple copies of a multi-page document, Quark 6.5 refuses to collate the pages. I am using a Mac G4, OS X 10.4.11 and a HP 2300 Laserjet printer. All other apps collate properly, including Quark 5.01 and Word. What could be the problem?
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You would need a PowerPC G4 867MHz or faster processor and 512MB of RAM in order to do that. You will also need to find a copy of OS X 10.5 from a 3rd party as Apple no longer sells the OS installation disc.
Printing Word Documents with Multiple SectionsYou have a document with multiple sections.When you try to print specific pages, you get either one single page, or the whole document.What you don’t get is the two separate pages you need.
First, take note of which section has the first page you want to print, and in which section the second page resides.
You need to print Page 2 of Section 1 and Page 1 of Section two. In this particular case, the command is the usual:File | Print:
The difference in this case is how you specify the pages to be printed.In the Pages dialog box, type P2S1, P1S2 and then click OK.The comma “,” separating the two pages indicates two separate pages.The result will print Page 2 of Section 1 and Page 1 of Section 2.
If, however, you wanted to print from Page 2 of Section 1 through and including Page 1 of Section 2, the command would be P2S1-P1S2.The dash "-" indicates a range of pages, which results in printing from Page 2 of Section 1 through and including Page 1 of Section 2.
Run Software Updates (Apple Menu in top left of screen > Software Update). There is an update that fixes the document canvas now showing anything. You can tell the document is loading because you can copy and paste form it or look in the Inspector and see the word, page, and character counts.
One application I know that could do the same function is CutePDF. You may download and install it for FREE over the internet. Once you successfully install this, PDF conversion will as simple as if you are printing a hardcopy.
It has to do with your collate settings on your printers properties and the collate settings on your first print screen that shows up when you go to print. First when you are ready to print select print from the file menu in excel then go to the properties of the printer you are going to use and make sure the finishing properties are set the way you want them. Hit ok then you will be back at the first print screen. Here uncheck the collate box and then print. I am unsure but this may work. I had a similar problem a while ago and I know if I played with the collate check box it would print much faster other wise each time it was going to print a copy of the document it had to resend all the information again to the printer, which took forever.
You have to go to Utilites drop down menu while your quark file is open and go to PPD manager and add that printer. Quark is the only one that you have to do this way. All other programs will do it automatically when you load the printer in your PPD.