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save trees

By toby ·
In my business I receive 20-40 faxes per day, often with multiple pages. Many pages, often the first and last, and sometimes some others, do not need to be printed. I would like to quickly view and mark only those pages needing printing, (preferably from a whole day's faxes) then print them all at once.

Currently, with my fax software, I must open each fax one by one, view each page, print the page, then open the next page etc.

For example, in my photo software, I can check several photos, in several different folders, at once and then batch perform a task on them.

Any suggestions appreciated.
Thanks mc

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Stop printing them all seems an obvious way to go....

by Tony Hopkinson In reply to save trees

Stuff the ones you want to keep in common folder and refer to them by file name.

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Don't forget backups!

by TobiF In reply to Stop printing them all se ...

If some of these faxes are important for future reference, make sure you back them up.

What OS are you using. The built-in fax handling program in Vista is decent, gives an interface like in an email program.

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