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An OPO printout is the output of a Windows application which has been sent to Entire Output Management via the Open Print Option (OPO) and has been queued for printing.
The OPO print queue is displayed when you start OPO. From here, you invoke all OPO functions available for the handling of OPO printouts.
The print queue lists all printouts which you have sent to be printed, but which have not yet been printed.
For each printout, the following information is displayed:
|The name of the file to be printed; or (depending on the meta data passed to Entire Output Management) the title of the document to be printed.
|An internal ID uniquely identifying the printout.
|The status of the printout.
The source/sender of the printout.
|The number of lines to be printed (for text documents only).
|The size of the printout in KB (for binary printouts only).
|The date and time when the printout was sent to Entire Output Management.
|The properties of the printout.
To list the commands available for printouts:
Select a printout from the print queue, and invoke the context menu.
A list of available commands is displayed. These are:
|Cancel a printout.
|Display the properties of a printout.
To cancel one or more printouts:
In the print queue, select the printout(s) to be cancelled.
Invoke the context menu and choose Cancel.
Invoke the Document menu and choose Cancel.
To display the properties of a printout:
In the print queue, select the desired printout.
Invoke the context menu and choose Properties.
Invoke the Document menu and choose Properties.