Can't you just make the PO program print a blank page (each PO 
     produces a two page SPLF which corresponds to the front and back of 
     the page). All you should need is Skip to line 1 to force the 
     program to think there are two pages of output..... When printing 2 
     or more, the splf would look like:
     page 1-Front OVL with PO#1 data
     page 2-Back OVL (splf shows blank page)
     page 3-Front OVL with PO#2 data
     page 4-Back OVL (another blank page)

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Subject: printing on both sides 
Author:  < > at INET_WACO
Date:    1/19/99 9:14 AM


    I've been inquiring the last few weeks on certain questions
concerning the OVRPRTF command. I have received lots of helpful info so
I thought I would run one more by you bunch of guru's and then I will
leave you alone about this subject. I have created a purchase order
overlay using the AFPU utility on our AS/400. The purchase order is a
two sided form with a overlay on the front set to accept entered in
information and an overlay on the back of legal info. My problem is that
if the user enters in more than one purchase order the second page is
not starting a new page. Instead it is printing over the legal
information on the back of the previous purchase order. I have tried
overriding the print file and telling it to print one page per side but
it seems to want to do it anyway. Here is a copy of what I'm entering;
any guidance would be appreciated.


Chad Walsingham

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