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Re: replace multi-part invoice form



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We use the RJS Print Server to print all forms which sends them back to 
the appropriate remote outq.  We use laser NCR paper, so when the drive 
makes notations, he doesn't have to write them twice.
By the way we bar code these documents and image the signed copies, then 
get rid of the hard copies.
Carl Novit
Vice-President
FRS, Inc.
843.720.7436 ext. 7708
CarlN@xxxxxxxxx



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replace multi-part invoice form






Need ideas for replacing a multi-part form printed on twinax printers 
(Epson). 
3 parts - office(white), driver(blue), customer(yellow) - paper is 
carbonless.
Office copy stays in office, to match with driver's returned & signed 
copy.
Currently customer signs top form and driver leaves customer their yellow 
copy.
 
This is not UPS or Fedex - this is low tech, low wage drivers.
Drivers & pickers pull their paper from printer, so must be easy load & 
print.
Office people just enter the orders (5 - 7,000 month). This is food 
delivery. 

Managers like the idea of printing on blank paper, putting some color on 
2nd & 3rd copy.
Leaning towards color laser 3 drawer (i know the consumable may rule this 
out)
Office likes HP lasers....
They did already rule out (for now) colored paper in the correct order 
from single tray).

I know overlays & form printing. I'm wondering how most sites transformed 
twinax based
multipart forms into something else. 
Jim Franz





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