I was doing some site maintenance the other day and realized we have a lot of "how-to" articles for our virtual printer project RPM Remote Print Manager® ("RPM").
Setup and printing
Sending print jobs to RPM is straightforward once you understand a few rules.
This guide gives you everything you need to know to manage your queues. The material is complete and extensive, and even if you have been using RPM for a while, it's worth reviewing.
Here we note some tools and rules we use to help customers or to do our research.
When I first saw Adobe demonstrating PDF in the nineties, I was impressed with its cross-platform capabilities, but I never guessed it would dominate the landscape as it does now. So naturally, RPM has several paths for creating PDFs from your print jobs.
We frequently hear from customers who need to print the same job from multiple trays, so we have discussed in this article several options for that, depending on your exact needs.
For some applications, you need extra copies for specific pages. This article shows you how.
Watermarking is the process where you add one or more images to a printed page. RPM supports adding watermarks to PDFs (docs we create for you, or docs you provide us), and RPM can also add watermarks to text print.
We specifically developed RPM with the plan to print to multiple printers.
RPM's Archive action makes it easier than you would think.
Here is where you learn how to use Windows login credentials in RPM
If you have a PDF viewer, you might be able to use it in RPM to print PDFs
Another approach to sending PDF files to a Windows printer from RPM
Network probes can create a mess, and sometimes you don't want to give out the privilege to auto-create queues.
What is involved in enabling RPM to receive from my server outside the firewall?
How RPM works with TrueType fonts and tips to fit your text on the page
More tips on getting the closest font size
Convert ASA files to PDF and print to a printer as well
It takes some specific settings on the AS/400
You set up RPM to print page ranges logically, based on patterns for start and end, rather than numerically using specific page numbers.
The ins and outs; part of the License FAQ
Migrating RPM includes licensing, of course, but covers much more.