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Printing-Imaging Tools News
July 18, 2004
Who says there's no such thing as free lunch? Here are a number of useful tools that can be used as is or customized to fit your needs. Check them out and see if any are good for your shop.
July 15, 2004
Big Blue makes its fifth acquisition of a data management software firm, strengthening its position in the business intelligence market.
May 18, 2004
The new products will integrate print management functionality and enable users to print business critical information through system-managed printing.
October 23, 2003
Quadrant Software's Formtastic Fusion5 delivers full PDF support, seamless document imaging software
Quadrant Software's Formtastic Fusion5 delivers full PDF support, seamless document imaging software integration
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Printing is a critical process in any organization's application flow, so keeping your iSeries printer up and running is a must. We've gathered some of the top expert advice, tips and articles to help you print and distribute your data and reports ... Continue Reading
Advanced Function Printing (AFP) is an IBM architecture and family of associated printer software and hardware that provides document and information presentation control independent of specific applications and devices. Continue Reading
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Use forms design and data mapping tools to create soft forms that the print data can be dragged and dropped onto rather than using preprinted medical forms. Continue Reading
Issue an override print file command before copying a file to QSYSPRT in order to acknowledge control characters without writing a program on the AS/400. Continue Reading
To set up a printer with a built-in NIC as a stand-alone printer, define it as an ASCII printer on the AS/400 and use the host print transform command. Continue Reading