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Reprinting Jobs

About reprinting jobs

You can reprint a job, or part of it. If you do so, you can also decide whether the job should be rerendered or not. You may wish to rerender the job if:
  • An error occurred when printing
  • Settings of the queue have been changed
  • You wish to use a different queue than last time.

Job waiting for media

You can specify which media type and size you have loaded on your printer.
When printing jobs to the printer that require other media type or size, they will remain paused and will only be processed when the right media and/or size has been loaded.
To indicate that a job is waiting for media (type and/or size) an icon showing a sheet with a question mark is displayed in the Print column:

The meaning is: The job currently doesn’t have loaded the required minimal size and/or media type. As soon as the requested media has been loaded the icon will disappear and the jobs will start printing.

To reprint a job without rerendering

Proceed as follows:
  1. Check the list of Processed Jobs and locate the job which you wish to reprint.
  2. Click the Completed status indicator of the job in the Print column and drag the job to the Job queue list.
  3. Specify the pages which you wish to reprint and the number of copies, and click OK.
The job is reprinted.

To reprint and rerender a job using the same queue

Proceed as follows:
  1. Check the list of Processed Jobs and locate the job which you wish to reprint and rerender.
  2. Click the Completed status indicator of the job in the Render column.
  3. Drag the selected job to the Job queue list.

The job is rerendered and then reprinted.

To reprint and rerender a job using a different queue

Proceed as follows:
  1. Check the list of Processed Jobs and locate the job which you wish to reprint and rerender.
  2. Click the Completed status indicator of the job in the Render column.
  3. Drag the selected job to a different queue in the Output to pane.
  4. Select the Paper Size and Paper Source, and click OK.

The job reappears in the Render column of the Job queue list. Its status is now on hold:

    5.    If necessary, double-click the Hold status indicator of the job in the Render column and check the information about the job.
    6.    Click the Hold status indicator of the job in the Render column and click the Start job button in the upper-right corner of the main printer window.
The job is rerendered and then reprinted.
Updated on March 12, 2019

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