HP  LJ8150n  defaults

Posted on 2011-03-02
Last Modified: 2013-12-15
We do invoices in Excel...we have a workbook with maybe 30 to 50 spreadsheets in the workbook...each spreadsheet is an individual invoice and each invoice is usually 1-3 pages long...

We have been printing these spreadsheets individually...3 copies of each on pre-printed 3 color (white, gold, magenta)
invoice paper that is interleaved by color...w, g, m..w, g, m...etc...etc

I'm trying to set this LJ8150n up to print the ENTIRE workbook at once...

If I have 30 spreadsheets, for example, in this particular workbook...the printer numbers each page at the bottom...
page 1 of 2 of 30 etc...

So...this means that invoice #1000 which has 2 pages is page numbered Page 1 of 30 and page 2 of 39....

Invoice # 1006 , which has 2 pages is numbered Page 10 of 30 and Page 11 of 30....

So, this is confusing for the recipient of the invoice...he is looking for extra pages that do not belong... do I turn page numbering off in the LJ8150n...???

I have gone thru the setting numerous times and see no place to do this...

Printing is handled thru a print server on a domain...

Thanx for your help...

Note  XP pro and Excel 2007...I have PS and PCL5 drivers to work with...
Question by:stevem5000
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Do all of your spreadsheets contain the page numbering or just this one?  This seems like a workbook setting rather than a printer setting.

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Good question...I never really looked...Ijust noticed it on the invoice workbook...

Checking it out and will advise...

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Good was a workbook setting....
They had the page numbering set up in the footer...

Many thanx...
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I was hoping that was it!
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Will you be closing this question?

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Sorry...thought I closed it the other day...doing it again...
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No problem.  Thanks for the grade!

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