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Disable "This Document was sent to the printer" bubble

Posted on 2006-06-30
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Is there any way to disable the bubble that pops up after you send a document to the printer that says, "This Document was sent to the printer" and then listst the printer name, time sent and total pages.  It pops up in the lower right hand corner of the screen where the printer icon is when it prints.

 
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Question by:markcondiff
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Printers & Faxes - File - Server Prop's - Advanced
unchk options like:  Show informative messages & Notify when remote docs are printed
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by:grodgers3200
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I tried this and restarted the spooler services also. But still it is doing.
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by:jamesd84
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Fantastic - works a charm :)
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