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How to save a multi-step job for reprinting.

I volunteer for a local government agency that has a Workcentre 5775 copier/scanner. I have been able to make a multi step job, but I can't figure out how to save one for reprinting later. The job makes 2 copies of page one from tray 2, hole punches and staples them. Then makes 2 copies of page 2 from tray 2 hole punches and staples those together.. We use dozens of these packets a week and would be great to be able to reprint a handful without having to redo the job each time or hand assembling the packet.

 

Is this even possible?

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Re: How to save a multi-step job for reprinting.

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Re: How to save a multi-step job for reprinting.

I don't see where this saves the job for reprinting later.

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Re: How to save a multi-step job for reprinting.

this topic then : http://www.support.xerox.com/support/WC5735_WC5740_WC5745_WC5755/support/en_US.html?objGUID=15152

 

you can search for those topics if you goto the support site ...

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Re: How to save a multi-step job for reprinting.

Here are the directions I think you are looking for:

 

To save a copy job and its settings:

  1. Press the [Services Home] button on the Control Panel.
  2. Select the [Copy] option on the Touch Screen.
  3. Program the required job features from the Copy, Image Quality, Layout Adjustment and Output Format tabs.
  4. Select the [Job Assembly] tab.
  5. Select the [Save Job for Reprint] button and then select the required option:
    • [Copy & Save] is used to store the job and print a copy of the job.
    • [Save Only] stores the job without printing.
  6. Select a folder location to store the job.
  7. Select the [New Job Name] button and enter a name for the job using the keyboard.
  8. Select the [Save] button to save the job name and return to the previous screen.
  9. Load your originals face-up into the Document Handler and then press the [Start] button to run the job. The job will be scanned and saved with the name entered, in the folder selected. If Copy & Save was selected, a copy of the job will also print.

To reprint saved copy jobs:

  1. Press the [Services Home] button on the Control Panel.
  2. Select the [Reprint Saved Jobs] button on the Touch Screen. Folders containing saved jobs will be displayed.
  3. Select the required folder. If necessary, use the scroll bar to access all the folders. A list of the jobs in the folder is displayed.
  4. Select the required job and then select the required option:
    • [Print] - Is used to print the selected job using the currently saved print settings.
    • [Print and Save] - If print settings are changed from those stored with the original print job, Print and Save is used to print and then store the selected job with the new settings.
    • [Save] - Is used to save the selected job without printing. The job will be saved in place of the original job with any new settings selected.

      If the job settings require changing prior to printing the job, select the [Settings] option. Select the options required and then select [Print], [Print and Save] or [Save].

  5. If the job is a secure job, enter the required passcode and select [Print Job].
  6. Select the [Job Status] button to view all the job lists and check the status of your job.
Thank you,
Jordan R.
Systems Analyst / Consultant
Fiery Certified Professional

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Re: How to save a multi-step job for reprinting.

I guess what I was asking wasn't very clear so I'll copy and paste the part I can do and where it needs to do something different. On step 11, instead of [End Build Job] where it prints it, I need to Save it.

 

The Build Job feature allows you to scan more originals than the Document Handler will accept in one job. The feature allows different settings to be applied to different segments of the job, so that the job will complete as one job instead of manually compiling the job after the different segments are copied.  

NOTE: There are stapling restrictions that need to be understood when using the feature. See the Related Items below for additional information.

  1. Press the [Services Home] button on the Control Panel.
  2. Select the [Copy] button on the Touch Screen.
  3. Select the [Job Assembly] tab.
  4. Select the [Build Job] button.
  5. Select [On].
  6. Select the [Save] button.
  7. Select the required options from the Copy, Image Quality, Layout Adjustment or Output Format tabs.
  8. Load the first segment of originals that these settings are to be applied to in the Document Handler, face-up, and make sure the paper edge guides are against the edges of the paper stack.
  9. Press the [Start] button on the Control Panel. The first segment will be scanned.
  10. Repeat steps 8 and 9 for each segment. To make adjustments to a segment, select one of the following options:
    • [Sample Last Segment] - produces a proof print of the last segment scanned. The proof is delivered to the output module. If you are satisfied with the proof you can continue programing the Build Job.
    • [Delete Last Segment] - deletes the last segment scanned. You can continue programing the Build Job.
    • [Delete All Segments] - deletes the current Build Job and returns you to the main Build Job screen.

  11. When all segments have been scanned in, select the [End Build Job] button. The job will print and build job will be disabled (off).


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Re: How to save a multi-step job for reprinting.

Hi Zoobye,

The Build Job is just for immediate copying. You need to use the Scan to Mailbox feature, which will save the jobs for later reprint in folders on the machine's hard drive. Your local sales rep may be able to help you with this too.

Hope this helps!
Robert 

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