Printing Documents - DocPop - English - Foundation 22.1 - OnBase - Essential - Premier - Standard - external - Standard - Essential - Premier

DocPop

Platform
OnBase
Product
DocPop
Release
Foundation 22.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

You can print documents if you have sufficient privileges. Documents are first converted to a PDF, which you can then print using the PDF viewer's print option.

Note:

If the document is open in an external application, such as Microsoft Word, use the print option in the external application. For example, select File | Print from the application. In this case, OnBase print options are not used.

To print a document:

  1. From an open document, click the Print toolbar button.

    The Print dialog box is displayed.

  2. Select the appropriate print options. See the following table for descriptions of the available print options.

    Option

    Description

    Print Range

    All: Prints all pages of the document(s).

    Note:

    The All Print Range option is the only option available when printing PDF documents, or when printing from a Document Search Results list. To print a range of pages for a non-PDF document, you must open the document and print using the Print toolbar button.

    Current Page: Prints the current page.

    Print Range: Prints a range of pages in the document. Enter page numbers and/or page ranges, separated by commas. For example: 1,3,5-12.

    Note:

    If you enter a complex range into this field, the pages are printed in the order entered. For example, if you entered 5, 1-3, 9, then page 5 of the document would be printed first, followed by pages 1, 2, 3, and 9. You cannot enter complex ranges when printing to a server print queue.

    Overlay Options

    No Overlay: Prints the document without the associated overlay.

    Print Overlay: Prints the document with the associated overlay. The overlay that is printed may be different than the overlay that is displayed, depending on the configuration of the Document Type.

    Fax Compatible: Select this option if you are printing to a fax machine. OnBase arranges the overlay image in a way that faxing software can properly interpret. The overlay that is faxed may be different than the overlay that is displayed or printed, depending on the configuration of the Document Type.

    Note Options

    Annotation on Document: Prints the note annotation (graphical representation of a note) on the document.

    Note Window on Document: Prints the title and text of any notes in that note's location on the document, the name of the user that created the note, the date and time it was created, and the Print Title configured for the selected Document Type. This option is not respected for HTML documents, OLE documents, or PDF documents. This option is not respected by Overlapped Text annotations.

    Note Text After Document: Prints the title and text of any notes, the name of the user that created the note, the date and time it was created, and the Print Title configured for the selected Document Type on a separate page.

    Note:

    Depending on your system's configuration, some note icons or text may not be printed no matter what Notes Options you have selected. See your system administrator for more information.

    Note:

    The Annotation on Document and Note Window on Document options do not apply to E-Forms, HTML forms, or XML documents.

    Revision Options

    These options are only respected if your database is licensed for EDM Services. For more information, see the EDM Services documentation.

    Note:

    The Current Revision option is automatically selected.

  3. Click Print. A new window is displayed, containing a PDF version of the document with your page range selection applied.
    Depending on your configuration settings, your browser's print dialog box may also be displayed.
  4. Click Print to continue printing the document.