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Topic: Sequential Numbering
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 74533
From: Gwing1
Date: 10/18/2002 11:06 PM

I have a java script that lets me enter a "start" number, i.e., 1 and a "stop" number, i.e., 200. I then click on a check box and it will sequentially print 200 labels. The job spools each number to the printer so you end up with 200 print jobs. Is there a way to modify the script so it will do the sequential numbering and then click on another button and print the 200 labels as one print job? This is my script in the check box:
first=this.getField("FirstNum").value
last= this.getField("LastNum").value
number=this.getField("PrintNum")
numx=this.numPages-1
range=last-first+1
app."About to send " +range+" print jobs \r\r Esc to Cancel\r\r OK To Continue",3)
for (var j = first; j { number.value=j
this.print(false,0,numx)
}


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