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    Default Printing a file

    I am trying to print a job that I printed about 2 weeks ago. I've had computer issues so I've lost the original file :-(. I found it in the 'job log' but I don't know how to 'print' the file or 'move' the file so that I can print it?

    Any help would truly be appreciated because I don't want to have to re-create the file!! Thank you in advance.

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    Unfortunately you cannot reprint jobs from the job log - it is a log file - the only way to reprint is to look in the printed jobs tab in Command Workstation & see whether it is still in there ? or if you archived the job - you could File -> Import -> Archived Job.
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    Thanks for the quick reply. It's not the answer I wanted but at least I know!

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    On the Windows 7 machine I just tested on, there are two PrintService logs. The Administrative one, and the Operational one. You might need to right-click that image and open in a new tab to get a better view. It will inform you of every job that is being spooled, printed, deleted, etc., and from what user it came from.


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