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Locating a page print queue in system memory and structuring a system to provide appropriate prompts present a workable solution to managing limited capacity, document-oriented queues.
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Print Queue Management
Locating a page print queue in system memory and structuring a system to
provide appropriate prompts present a workable solution to managing limited
capacity, document-oriented queues.
During editing of a document it is normal for an operator to queue a number
of specified pages of the document to be printed later. However, subsequent
attempts to queue pages, while editing another document, present major
problems. One is that the queue is usually of limited capacity and filled early in
an editing process. Another is that the queue can only be used for one
document. A common solution includes informing the operator that the queue
has been used for pages queued from the previous document. This is too
restrictive in that it requires that the operator cause the existing pages to be
printed before queueing pages of another document.
For an experienced operator to replace the pages queued from a previous
document with those from a document currently being edited, the system
provides a prompt to solicit operator action. The operator may simply press a
key indicating affirmative action to replace the page queue, and thereafter the
pages will be queued from the document currently being edited. For an
inexperienced operator, the prompt acts as a reminder and the operator may
respond to retain the existing pages.