It's neat--  front and back overlays to create special forms.

Except--  I keep overstuffing a buffer somewhere.  I can only get a few
pages to print before the writer shuts down.

I'm using a new HP 4050 with duplex unit, total 16 Meg of memory, jet
direct card.  Should have plenty of room.

The data stream is *AFPDS.

I'm getting a message,  CPF6DF9:  "Transformed data buffer too small."

        'The transformed data buffer of 4,000,000 bytes is too small to
hold the
        4,347,175 bytes of transformed data that is available.  Only 4,000,000
        bytes of data have been copied to the transformed data buffer.  The
remaining
        transformed data is lost.'

        'Recovery:  Increase the size of the transformed data buffer and
transform the
        spooled file again.'

Well.  I have not been able to locate the *&%*(^&(%^ buffer to increase its
size.   AARRRRGGGGHHHH!!

I have tried this with different spool files.  One file stops printing
after 1 duplex page, one after about 14.  I suspect this is not a
limitation of the printer.

The overlays are front: about 37K bytes.  back: 138K bytes (the back is
set of 'Terms & Conditions').

Other than decreasing the transformed data by 347,175 bytes, what can I do?

OK, I'll call Support Line again tomorrow...

--Paul E Musselman
PaulMmn@ix.netcom.nospam.com


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