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PCL Code Question

PCL Code Question

PCL Code Question

I am in need of some really big help here guys....

I need to print out a color seperator page that has some information on it.  I need it to print out the FileName of the file being printed.  It also needs to print out what I will call the "Job Number" which is just a 4 digit number that starts at 0001 and counts up.

I know this is possible b/c I have another program that my company wrote, but it sucks so bad I can hardly use it.

Thank you guys so much for any help you can give.  Even if it is to an article to help me out.

PS--My printer is a HP8100 running on Windows 2000 Professoinal..if it matters.

Thanks again!

RE: PCL Code Question

U can use the Job seperation command Ec&l1T to seperate two jobs.
Moreover, U can use Paper Source command Ec&l#H to select a coloured paper for print.
U can contact me at mallek_tahir@hotmail.com to get more information. I can edit ur PCL if u like. Thanx

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