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How to Print Next Paper when the previous print job is completed

I want to print a group of papers at once, and I do not want to send them to the printer all at once. Whenever the printer finishes the first command, I send it the Next Paper

What I have tried:

I couldn't find any solution and ideas
Dave Kreskowiak 24-Nov-23 11:11am    
Why on earth would you do this? The Window Print system specifically allows applications to queue print jobs without having to wait for the printer. You're trying to defeat the system!
Vicky Smith 24-Nov-23 11:16am    
Will there be a problem if send 50 print orders are sent at once?
Dave Kreskowiak 24-Nov-23 11:29am    
No. From your description, it's 50 different jobs that all get queued up to print. If the printer has a jam or runs out of paper, the print queue holds onto the jobs until the problem is fixed.

You don't have much experience in Windows, do you?

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Andre Oosthuizen 24-Nov-23 14:25pm    
+5ed, basic 1873 stuff when people found trees for paper.. :)
Richard MacCutchan 25-Nov-23 3:52am    

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