• Subject: Re: Mailers
  • From: Chuck Lewis <CLEWIS@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 11 May 1998 18:52:41 -0400

Booth,

We have a 3116 that has the duplex model. You should also look at 3rd party
"forms generation" software. It should allow for different print formats (we use
FormsXpress - who changed there to something REALLY stupid that I am spacing at
the moment - to do "pretty/ledgable printing on laser printers...)

Of course, this doesn't handle your envelope problem...

Chuck

boothm@ibm.net wrote:

> I don't know how,  without a hammer of some sort,  you could possibly
> print through a multi-part form.  I wonder though if some of the laser
> printers today would let you print on both sides, or print one section
> upside down, or some-such, so the piece could be folded instead on
> inserted?
>
> >At 03:39 PM 5/10/98 , Steve Glanstein wrote:
> >>Does anyone know some good ways to print envelopes and enclosures from the
> >>AS/400 using a laser printer.  One of my clients has to transition from the
> >>matrix world into laser printing for both AP and AR statements. They don't
> >>want to have a temp stuff the envelopes.
>
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