Printing Multiple Copies of a Snagit Document

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I would like to be able to print multiple copies of a document that I have made with Snagit but it will only allow me to print one document.  There is no option in the advanced section of the Prinbt dialogue box to print multiple documents.  Your help would be appreciated.
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Are you wanting to print to a actual printer?

Printing multiple copies should be in your printer properties options.

I can set my printer, a Epson ET 2650 to print how ever many copies I want.




Could you give a little more info to what are printing to?

Screenshots ?


Dubie:)


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In case it helps, similar situation here using a Canon printer.


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I am using a hp Officejet 7610 
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I did a quick bit of researching and I'll be dammed if I can find anything about printing multiple copies with your model printer.

What I did see is that your printer needs to have various accessories turned on or installed for some feature but there was nothing related to multiple copies.

I'm wondering if your printer even has that function.

Are you able to select a option to print multiple copies from say a text or Word document?

Printing multiple copies is something your printer may just not do.


If you do have that option from other programs but just not in Snagit you may want to
give support a shout to see if they may have a idea what is up.

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It looks to me like the generic Windows print drier is attached to that printer. My suggestion would be to go the HP support website and look for driver(s) specific to that printer. I get the same print dialogue if I haven't installed the manufacturers drivers.
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How about a screenshot of what happens in your document you want to print when you hit the keys "ctrl P" (without quotes)  ctrl P generally opens the print dialog in most programs.

That should provide some insight since your other images were "advanced options".

In snagit when I  hit ctrl P it gives me the following dialog:





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I have the correct hp driver for the printer.
Pressing cnt + p makes no difference.
I have contacted Techsmith Snagit support and they are unable to help.

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Have you tried contacting HP support?

Currently all their servers are down. I tried a couple of times over the last hour or so.

I've looked at a couple of you tube videos. 7000 series HP copiers support setting multiple copies on the printers menu on the machine itself.

There must be a way.

Regards,Joe
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When I print from Microsoft Office software such as Word, Access, Excel and Power Point I can easily do multiple copies. It is just Techsmith Snagit that I have problems with.  I have the latest hp driver for the hp Officejet 7610.  
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I see what you mean now, this must be a SnagIt bug with HP printers.

I have a HP Envy 7800.I should have gave it a whirl earlier.Truth be told,I rarely print anything.Let alone multiple copies.

SnagIt doesn't provide a way to print additional copy's for me either.
 

Photoshop? Not a problem.



You need to press TechSmith on this, share a link to this thread with my screen shots.
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@peter.natt
What do you see when you press ctrl p? (screenshot please)

ALSO, try this to see if it solves it:
  • On your local computer, click on the Start menu and select Devices and Printers.
  • Right-click your Laserjet printer and select Printer Properties from the pop-up menu. (This is not Properties at the bottom of the menu)
  • Click the Device Settings tab.
  • Scroll to the bottom and expand Installable Options.
  • Click the Enabled link next to Mopier Mode.
  • Select Disabled from the drop-down list.
  • Click OK.
  • Close the Devices and Printers window.

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