Using InterSystems Documentation
Printing the Documentation
|Page count||While viewing the PDF file in Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat, look for the total page count in the display.|
|Page range||Include all pages in the print job.|
|Double or single||Choose double-sided (duplex) printing if possible.|
|Ink color||You can print the books in color or in black-and-white.|
|Quality||Select the highest quality available (not
|Resolution||Choose 600 dots per inch (dpi) or more.|
Book pages are designed to be 8.25 inches wide and 11 inches high, as seen on screen. This size will fit on A4 or letter-size paper.
When printing the books in your office, while viewing the book in Adobe Acrobat, choose , then . The Print dialog displays. Enable (check)
When printing with a vendor, find the space marked Special Instructions or Additional Comments on their print request form. Provide a note: Image size is smaller than paper size. DO NOT expand image to fit page. DO auto-rotate and center pages.
|Paper type||For black-and-white, choose a standard white paper. Some print vendors require high-quality laser paper for color; this affects cost, so check before you run the job.|
|Binding||Choose any type of binding you prefer: 3-ring, color coil, plastic comb, or other. Stapling is not suitable for these documents.|
|Covers||Many vendors offer a choice of cover colors and styles.|
It should not be necessary to cut the paper after printing.
|Double or single||Double|
|Paper size||U.S. Letter|
|Binding||3ring, or 3hole punch|
|Special instructions||Image size is smaller than paper size. DO NOT expand image to fit page. DO auto-rotate and center pages.|
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