• Subject: Re: print file override
  • From: nina jones <ddi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 11 Jan 1999 19:46:08 -0600
  • Organization: data design inc http://www.datadesigninc.com

>     Due to the fact that we have changed form currently I am attempting
> to change a program from printing landscape to print portrait. My
> problem is that I have attempted to accomplish this by writing in a
> override print file command to rotate the page. This was unsuccessful so
> I tried overriding the page measurements with the portrait specs. This
> also did not succeed in getting the job done. I am sure there is a
> simple reason this is not working that I have over looked. Any help in
> pointing me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.

hmm.  well, no one else has answered it yet, (that i know of) so i'll take a
stab at it.  a couple of things to check.

are you using the pagrtt(0) in your override?   if so, you may have an error
in your override statement.  like the wrong printer name, etc.

what you can do is view your spool file in intermediate mode, and then put an
8 in front of the entry.  from there you can see all kinds of attributes about
the job.  if the orientation is not 0, your override statement has a problem.

waiting for simon to tell me where i messed up this time...

nj

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