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Print Spooler Timeout Settings?

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I have an NT 4.0 Server that supports file and print services for about 25 users.  My problem is that some reports (100 to 400 pages of output) get chunked into 2 to 4 (fer example) print jobs.  In between these 2-4 jobs, other users will submit small print jobs that reset the escape code controls for fonts, etc..  Resulting in the original jobs that should have been One job but is really 2-4 coming out with incorrect formatting.  

Could anyone point me to some references regarding spooler settings with regard to timeout values, or any other hints?  Most of the big reports are generated from workstations that run Crystal Reports, hitting an SQL Server ..

My Thanks,

Scott!
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Which spooler data format you setup? EMF or RAW? Please try change its value to another.
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