Users may print any imported images to a standard print driver. Images can be in single-page or multi-page format; formats will be properly detected and document breaks adjusted appropriately.
To start printing images, select Print Images under the Process tab on the toolbar. The Image Printing wizard will appear (see below) and allows users to design cover sheets, folder sheets, adjust page settings and specify printer options.
When running the Image Printing wizard, only documents that are checked in the Document Grid will be printed. Any document that is filtered out (i.e. not visible) in the grid will not be printed.
Cover Sheet Setup
No Cover Sheet Use this option if you do not wish to print cover sheets. By not printing cover sheets, you may adjust your advanced printer settings to automatically include a slip sheet before each document.
Blank Cover Sheet Selecting this option will print a blank page before each new document that is printed. You may adjust the tray designation for this on the next step, allowing you to use different color cover sheets.
Custom Cover Sheet If you wish to design your own cover sheet with metadata fields, choose this option. For more information on designing your cover sheet, read the section on Designing Cover Sheets.
Folder Sheet Setup
No Folder Sheet Use this option if you do not wish to print folder sheets.
Blank Folder Sheet Selecting this option will print a blank page before each new folder. You may adjust the tray designation for this on the next step, allowing you to use different color folder sheets.
Custom Folder Sheet If you wish to design your own folder sheet with metadata fields, choose this option. For more information on designing your folder sheet, read the section on Designing Folder Sheets.
Folder Field This fields indicates when a folder sheet needs to be printed. When a change in the chosen field's value occurs, a new folder sheet will be printed.
Documents are printed in the order displayed in the grid. If the documents are not sorted properly, folder sheets may not be printed as expected.
Printer: Choose from the list of installed printers to send documents to.
Primary Paper Size: Specify the paper size for the document images.
Primary Paper Source: Specify the paper source for the document images.
Cover Paper Size: Specify the paper size for the cover sheet page.
Cover Paper Source: Specify the paper source for the cover sheet page.
Folder Sheet Paper Size: Specify the paper size for the folder sheet page.
Folder Sheet Paper Source: Specify the paper source for the folder sheet page.
Print Documents in Groups
Most multi-function printers have cycle times between each document sent to the printer. When printing a large amount of documents with very few pages, overall printer performance can be much slower. By enabling this option, the user is able to offset this problem by combining multiple documents into one before they are sent to the printer.
In most cases, cover sheets are not affected when using this option. Cover sheets can still be printed from a separate tray. However, it's important to test this functionality with a sample set of documents before running it on a large set.
Specifying the number of pages in a group allows the user to control the size of the documents sent to the printer. For example, entering 100 pages merges X number of documents where their collective page count is greater or equal to the number specified.
If enabled, landscape pages will be auto-rotated either 90 degrees to the left or 90 degrees to the right.
Limit Print Queue
If enabled, ReadySuite will monitor the number of active jobs in the print queue and prevent it from exceeded the specified maximum. If the specified maximum is reached, ReadySuite will wait until the number of active documents is below the threshold before sending the next document.
You may adjust the printer margin settings using this option to provide more space around the edges of the page.