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Don't want job page to print every time we print

It always prints a cover page with job#, date & time & is wasting my paper!

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Right click on the printer icon, go to Properties, on the Advanced tab click on Separator Page and delete whatever is in the box. Click OK and OK. The seperator page will no longer print.

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You can turn off print summary by accessing printer menu , one of the function

Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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