Pat,
Yes that is one of the requirements of the package.  The biggest problem
with how it is done now is that it is a conglomeration of 400 and PC
programs assembling the data and then the PC printing these images and their
data.  And of course that means to hold these jobs or to just print page
ranges or do any of the nice functions available in a print queue is out of
the question.  Some one either has to print ranges and go do this multiple
times or print them all and lose the use of their PC and the attached
printer until all the pages are finished.

Ron

-----Original Message-----
From: Pat Barber [mailto:mboceanside@worldnet.att.net]
Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2002 3:59 PM
To: midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject: Re: Creating a page segment


You will get several suggestions on "how to do it" but I would
suggest that you must have VERY serious printing capability to crank
out this much volume in one wack with images. I assume you got
somthing a little stronger than a standard table top laser ???


"Klein, Ron" wrote:
>
> Rob,
> I guess that is what has me so confused about this printing of images.  I
> want to print images on the fly and not have to go through a half hour of
> gyrations each time an image is changed.  The goal here is to be able to
> print 60,000 to 100,000 different images at a crack in a batch process.
>
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