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Print Spooled Reports

Print Spooled Reports

Application Overview

 

Spooling reports to disk has many advantages including being able to continue processing even when the printer is busy or not functioning.  The Print Spooled Reports application allows you to print a spooled report as many times as needed.  If the user wants to print several copies of the report, it is much faster to spool one copy of the report and print it several times. Also, when the program writes a report to the disk, it executes much faster than the time it would take for it to write the report directly to a local printer.

 

You should not delete a spooled report unless it has been printed correctly or if you are positive that a hard copy is not needed.  If you neglect to delete spooled reports from the disk for a lengthy period of time, the disk could become very full. The maximum number of spooled reports is 400.

 

Run Instructions

 

Accounting Ò BankBook Ò Util-Setup Ò Print Spooled Reports

 

Select the Application from the BankBook Util-setup window.

 

The following options are available:

 

* Select the desired print option from the Spooled Reports window

 

To return to the menu bar, press the ESC or F10 key.  To leave this application, press X for EXIT when positioned at the menu bar.

 

    Select Print Spooled Reports from the pull down Elliot Main Util-Setup menu.  The following screen will display all reports you have spooled, (printed to disk).

 

   

 

Print Spooled Reports Print Screen

 

The following options are available:

 

·         The screen displays the reports, which have been spooled and are available for printing.  The program will allow you to specify which reports you want to print, (highlight report and hit Ctrl Enter).  Along with the names of the reports, the program will display the date and time the report was started, and the station number from which the report was printed.

 

·         Select the desired mode from the lower Print Spooled Reports menu bar

 

 

Note:  You can only select one report for viewing from this window

            E-mail will take you to your default e-mail program

 

 

 

·      Select PrintScreens takes you to the window shown below:

 

 

            Option:             Delete Reports after printing

 

Change:           Change default printer

Specify number of copies and Collate

 

Options:            Use Window Printer Default fonts or change to predefined font styles

 

 

 

Print Spooled Reports

Application Overview

 

Spooling reports to disk has many advantages including being able to continue processing even when the printer is busy or not functioning.  The Print Spooled Reports application allows you to print a spooled report as many times as needed.  If the user wants to print several copies of the report, it is much faster to spool one copy of the report and print it several times. Also, when the program writes a report to the disk, it executes much faster than the time it would take for it to write the report directly to a local printer.

 

When you are sure that a spooled report has been printed correctly, you should then use this application to delete it from the disk.  If you neglected to delete spooled reports from the disk for a lengthy period of time, the disk could become very full. The maximum number of spooled reports is 400.

 

Run Instructions

 

Select Print Spooled Reports from the pull down P/R Util-Setup menu.  The following screen will display all reports you have spooled, (printed to disk).

 

 

Print Spooled Reports Print Screen

 

The following options are available:

 

·         The screen displays the reports, which have been spooled and are available for printing.  The program will allow you to specify which reports you want to print, (highlight report and hit Ctrl Enter).  Along with the names of the reports, the program will display the date and time the report was started, and the station number from which the report was printed. If this selection is run from the G/L menu then only reports spooled to disk from P/R will be displayed.

 

·         Select the desired mode from the lower Print Spooled Reports menu bar

 

 

Note:    You can only select one report for viewing from this window

            E-mail will take you to your default e-mail program

 

 

·      Select PrintScreens takes you to the window shown below:

 

 

                        Option:             Delete Reports after printing

 

Change:           Change default printer

Specify number of copies and Collate

 

Options:            Use Window Printer Default fonts or change to predefined font styles

Screens

 

 

Print Spooled Reports

Application Overview

 

Spooling reports to disk has many advantages including being able to continue processing even when the printer is busy or not functioning.  The Print Spooled Reports application allows you to print a spooled report as many times as needed.  If the user wants to print several copies of the report, it is much faster to spool one copy of the report and print it several times. Also, when the program writes a report to the disk, it executes much faster than the time it would take for it to write the report directly to a local printer.

 

You should not delete a spooled report unless it has been printed correctly or if you are positive that a hard copy is not needed.  If you neglect to delete spooled reports from the disk for a lengthy period of time, the disk could become very full. The maximum number of spooled reports is 400.

 

Run Instructions

 

    Select Print Spooled Reports from the pull down G/L Util_Setup menu.  The following screen will display all reports you have spooled, (printed to disk).

 

    

 

Print Spooled Reports Print Screen

 

The following options are available:

 

·         The screen displays the reports, which have been spooled and are available for printing.  The program will allow you to specify which reports you want to print, (highlight report and hit Ctrl Enter).  Along with the names of the reports, the program will display the date and time the report was started, and the station number from which the report was printed. If this selection is run from the G/L menu then only reports spooled to disk from G/L will be displayed.

 

·         Select the desired mode from the lower Print Spooled Reports menu bar

 

 

Note:    You can only select one report for viewing from this window

            E-mail will take you to your default e-mail program

 

 

 

·      Select PrintScreens takes you to the window shown below:

 

 

                        Option:              Delete Reports after printing

 

Change: Change default printer

Specify number of copies and Collate

 

Options:            Use Window Printer Default fonts or change to predefined font styles

 

 

Print Spooled Reports

Application Overview

 

Spooling reports to disk has many advantages including being able to continue processing even when the printer is busy or not functioning.  The Print Spooled Reports application allows you to print a spooled report as many times as needed.  If the user wants to print several copies of the report, it is much faster to spool one copy of the report and print it several times. Also, when the program writes a report to the disk, it executes much faster than the time it would take for it to write the report directly to a local printer.

 

You should not delete a spooled report unless it has been printed correctly or if you are positive that a hard copy is not needed.  If you neglect to delete spooled reports from the disk for a lengthy period of time, the disk could become very full. The maximum number of spooled reports is 400.

 

Run Instructions

 

    Select Print Spooled Reports from the pull down AP Util_Setup window.  The following screen will display all reports you have spooled, (printed to disk).

 

    

 

Print Spooled Reports Print Screen

 

 

The following options are available:

 

·         The screen displays the reports, which have been spooled and are available for printing.  The program will allow you to specify which reports you want to print, (highlight report and hit Ctrl Enter).  Along with the names of the reports, the program will display the date and time the report was started, and the station number from which the report was printed. If this selection is run from the A/P menu then only reports spooled to disk from A/P will be displayed.

 

·         Select the desired mode from the lower Print Spooled Reports menu bar

 

 

Note:  You can only select one report for viewing from this window

            E-mail will take you to your default e-mail program

 

 

 

·      Select PrintScreens takes you to the window shown below:

 

 

 

            Option:                         Delete Reports after printing

 

Change:                       Change default printer

Specify number of copies and Collate

 

Options:                       Use Window Printer Default fonts or change to user predefined font styles

 

                                                                       

 

 

Print Spooled Reports

 

Application Overview

 

Spooling reports to disk has many advantages including being able to continue processing even when the printer is busy or not functioning.  The Print Spooled Reports application allows you to print a spooled report as many times as needed.  If the user wants to print several copies of the report, it is much faster to spool one copy of the report and print it several times. Also, when the program writes a report to the disk, it executes much faster than the time it would take for it to write the report directly to a local printer.

 

When you are sure that a spooled report has been printed correctly, you should then use this application to delete it from the disk.  If you neglected to delete spooled reports from the disk for a lengthy period of time, the disk could become very full. The maximum number of spooled reports is 400.

 

RUN INSTRUCTIONS

 

   

    Select Print Spooled Reports from the pull down P/O Util-Setup menu.  The following screen will display all reports you have spooled, (printed to disk).

 

 

Print Spooled Reports Print Screen

 

 

The following options are available:

 

·         The screen displays the reports, which have been spooled and are available for printing.  The program will allow you to specify which reports you want to print, (highlight report and hit Ctrl Enter).  Along with the names of the reports, the program will display the date and time the report was started, and the station number from which the report was printed. If this selection is run from the P/O menu then only reports spooled to disk from P/O will be displayed.

 

·         Select the desired mode from the lower Print Spooled Reports menu bar

 

 

Note:  You can only select one report for viewing from this window

            E-mail will take you to your default e-mail program

 

 

 

·      Select PrintScreens takes you to the window shown below:

 

 

                        Option:             Delete Reports after printing

 

Change:           Change default printer

Specify number of copies and Collate

 

Options:            Use Window Printer Default fonts or change to predefined font styles

Screens

 

 

Print Spooled Reports

Application Overview

 

Spooling reports to disk has many advantages including being able to continue processing even when the printer is busy or not functioning.  The Print Spooled Reports application allows you to print a spooled report as many times as needed.  If the user wants to print several copies of the report, it is much faster to spool one copy of the report and print it several times. Also, when the program writes a report to the disk, it executes much faster than the time it would take for it to write the report directly to a local printer.

 

You should not delete a spooled report unless it has been printed correctly or if you are positive that a hard copy is not needed.  If you neglect to delete spooled reports from the disk for a lengthy period of time, the disk could become very full. The maximum number of spooled reports is 400.

 

Run Instructions

 

    Select Print Spooled Reports from the pull down A/R Util-Setup menu.  The following screen will display all reports you have spooled, (printed to disk).

 

 

Print Spooled Reports Print Screen

 

 

The following options are available:

 

·         The screen displays the reports, which have been spooled and are available for printing.  The program will allow you to specify which reports you want to print, (highlight report and hit Ctrl Enter).  Along with the names of the reports, the program will display the date and time the report was started, and the station number from which the report was printed. If this selection is run from the G/L menu then only reports spooled to disk from A/R will be displayed.

 

·         Select the desired mode from the lower Print Spooled Reports menu bar

 

 

Note:  You can only select one report for viewing from this window.

            E-mail will take you to your default e-mail program.

 

 

 

·      Select PrintScreens takes you to the window shown below:

 

 

 

                        Option:             Delete Reports after printing

 

Change:           Change default printer

Specify number of copies and Collate

 

Options:            Use Window Printer Default fonts or change to predefined font styles

Screens

 

 

 

 

 

Print Spooled Reports

Application Overview

 

Spooling reports to disk has many advantages including being able to continue processing even when the printer is busy or not functioning.  The Print Spooled Reports application allows you to print a spooled report as many times as needed.  If the user wants to print several copies of the report, it is much faster to spool one copy of the report and print it several times. Also, when the program writes a report to the disk, it executes much faster than the time it would take for it to write the report directly to a local printer.

 

When you are sure that a spooled report has been printed correctly, you should then use this application to delete it from the disk.  If you neglected to delete spooled reports from the disk for a lengthy period of time, the disk could become very full. The maximum number of spooled reports is 400.

 

Run Instructions

 

Select Print Spooled Reports from the pull down I/M Util-Setup menu.  The following screen will display all reports you have spooled, (printed to disk).

 

 

Print Spooled Reports Print Screen

 

The following options are available:

 

·         The screen displays the reports, which have been spooled and are available for printing.  The program will allow you to specify which reports you want to print, (highlight report and hit Ctrl Enter).  Along with the names of the reports, the program will display the date and time the report was started, and the station number from which the report was printed. If this selection is run from the I/M menu then only reports spooled to disk from I/M will be displayed.

 

·         Select the desired mode from the lower Print Spooled Reports menu bar

 

 

Note:    You can only select one report for viewing from this window

            E-mail will take you to your default e-mail program

 

 

 

·      Select PrintScreens takes you to the window shown below:

 

 

 

                        Option:             Delete Reports after printing

 

Change:           Change default printer

Specify number of copies and Collate

 

Options:            Use Window Printer Default fonts or change to predefined font styles

Screens

 

 

Print Spooled Reports

Application Overview

 

Spooling reports to disk has many advantages including being able to continue processing even when the printer is busy or not functioning.  The Print Spooled Reports application allows you to print a spooled report as many times as needed.  If the user wants to print several copies of the report, it is much faster to spool one copy of the report and print it several times. Also, when the program writes a report to the disk, it executes much faster than the time it would take for it to write the report directly to a local printer.

 

You should not delete a spooled report unless it has been printed correctly or if you are positive that a hard copy is not needed.  If you neglect to delete spooled reports from the disk for a lengthy period of time, the disk could become very full. The maximum number of spooled reports is 400.

 

Run Instructions

 

    Select Print Spooled Reports from the pull down COP Util-Setup menu.  The following screen will display all reports you have spooled, (printed to disk).

 

 

Print Spooled Reports Print Screen

 

The following options are available:

 

·         The screen displays the reports, which have been spooled and are available for printing.  The program will allow you to specify which reports you want to print, (highlight report and hit Ctrl Enter).  Along with the names of the reports, the program will display the date and time the report was started, and the station number from which the report was printed. If this selection is run from the COP menu then only reports spooled to disk from COP will be displayed.

 

·         Select the desired mode from the lower Print Spooled Reports menu bar

 

 

Note:  You can only select one report for viewing from this window

            E-mail will take you to your default e-mail program

 

 

 

·      Select PrintScreens takes you to the window shown below:

 

 

 

            Option:             Delete Reports after printing

 

Change:           Change default printer

Specify number of copies and Collate

 

Options:            Use Window Printer Default fonts or change to predefined font styles

Screens

 

Print Spooled Reports

Application Overview

 

Spooling reports to disk has many advantages, including being able to continue processing even when the printer is busy or not functioning.  The Print Spooled Reports application allows you to print a spooled report as many times as needed.  If the user wants to print several copies of the report, it is much faster to spool one copy of the report and print it several times. Also, when the program writes a report to the disk, it executes much faster than the time it would take for it to write the report directly to a local printer.

 

You should not delete a spooled report unless it has been printed correctly or if you are positive that a hard copy is not needed.  If you neglect to delete spooled reports from the disk for a lengthy period of time, the disk could become very full. The maximum number of spooled reports is 400.

 

Run Instructions

 

    Select Print Spooled Reports from the pull down BOMP Util-Setup menu.  The following screen will display all reports you have spooled, (printed to disk).

 

   

 

Print Spooled Reports Print Screen

 

The following options are available:

 

·         The screen displays the reports, which have been spooled and are available for printing.  The program will allow you to specify which reports you want to print, (highlight report and hit Ctrl Enter).  Along with the names of the reports, the program will display the date and time the report was started, and the station number from which the report was printed. If this selection is run from the BOMP menu then only reports spooled to disk from BOMP will be displayed.

 

·         Select the desired mode from the lower Print Spooled Reports menu bar

 

 

Note:    You can only select one report for viewing from this window

            E-mail will take you to your default e-mail program

 

 

 

·      Select PrintScreens takes you to the window shown below:

 

 

 

                        Option:             Delete Reports after printing

 

Change:           Change default printer

Specify number of copies and Collate

 

Options:            Use Window Printer Default fonts or change to predefined font styles

 

 

 

 

 

 



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