On 2015-04-13 09:30, James E Lang wrote:
Thanks James. I think you may have answered the other half of a long
standing lack of knowledge on my part.
See the solution to this problem at the bottom of this top post (no flames please).
I have experienced the same problem recently. I'm running LO 22.214.171.124 on Windows XP using a print
server to a Samsung SCX 4035FR printer printing double sided which is way more information than you
need to know.
Mosr of the responses in this thread have missed the point. The problem is with the "Number of copies" and
"Collate" options on the right side of the General tab of the print dialog. If you try to print two (2)
COPIES only one (1) copy prints. The problem is linked to the collate option setting.
My settings on the General tab of the print dialog:
Range and copies
From which print
Number of copies
Tick "Create single print jobs for collated output" on the Options tab of the print dialog.
My understanding was that if you just put a number in the "Number of
Copies" box then the print job told the printer to print multiple
copies. It didn't send the job multiple times and if the printer did not
understand or could not cache the job for multiple copies then you just
got one copy and that's why I just got one copy. I have never had much
need for multiple copies of print output so have not ventured further.
I assume from your instructions the multiple copies are now concatenated
and sent as one big print job.
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