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    Default booklet printing with cover using Mac OS

    I need step by step instructions how to print a booklet with preprinted covers from bypass tray on Xerox 560 with EFI Fiery WS using MAC OS
    Last edited by david.mintz@xerox.com; 06-10-2014 at 03:26 PM. Reason: No enough info

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    Hi David -

    Looking at you email - are we looking at a Xerox Device ? if so which one, which RIP - which MAC OS - which driver - which finisher - are you looking to achieve this within the driver itself or via CWS 5 job properties ?

    A tad more detail - might shed some light...
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    I would love the answer to the same question

    In my case it's a DC-242 with Light Production Finisher and the EX260 Fiery and using OSX Mavericks.

    I'm guessing at this point that I have to use Hot Folders and then work at the Fiery to complete?

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    How about just importing the job into the hold queue then use CWS and use the booklet wizard in the Layout tab to format the document and insert your preprinted cover. Then just fold and center staple from the finishing tab. Choose your media and print. That's how I would do it.

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