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Hi,

I apologize in advance as I know this isn't the newsgroup for this
type of question but this group has helped me out on many other issues so
i'd figure i'll give it a shot. I need to find some type of utility (for
windows 2000, for either crystal reports or adobe) that takes a 100+ (or
any number) print job and splits that into individual print jobs of 4 pages
each - basically, print 4 pages, start another job and print another 4
pages ect. If anyone know of a utility out there (whether freeware or not)
that can do that please let me know. If not, I would appreciate being
given some pointers on how i could write such a program. Many Thanks.

TIA
Jul 17 '05 #1
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"someguy <in*********@yahoo.com>" wrote in comp.lang.java:
Hi,

I apologize in advance as I know this isn't the newsgroup for this
type of question but this group has helped me out on many other issues
so i'd figure i'll give it a shot. I need to find some type of utility
(for windows 2000, for either crystal reports or adobe) that takes a
100+ (or any number) print job and splits that into individual print
jobs of 4 pages each - basically, print 4 pages, start another job and
print another 4 pages ect. If anyone know of a utility out there
(whether freeware or not) that can do that please let me know. If not,
I would appreciate being given some pointers on how i could write such a
program. Many Thanks.


Take a look at the various Java-PDF solutions available on the
internet, as least some of which appear to be free (and hopefully open source
as well):

Google.Com: +java +pdf
http://www.google.com/search?q=%2Bjava+%2Bpdf

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