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Storing a multiple page job

I would like to know how to either print or store a job to the copier that can be printed at a later time.  The trick is that it is multiple pages and needs to be collated and stapled. Thanks for your assistance. mdube@coatsusa.com

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Simple. Scan your document into your e-filling box. No funny stuff. When you want to print it, select your document. At the bottom of the screen you will find the button settings. It will take you to the main screen. Simply select what you want the machine to do with the document.

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