CL Report priniting

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COBOL
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I created a 4 pages report. When I print all the 4 pages prints in 2 papers. Its not prining in 4 pages

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cobol/cl

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Your Default is set to DUPLEX(*YES) on your print jobs. Set the Spooled output to DUPLEX(*NO)

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  • TomLiotta
    A little more detailed description could be useful. For example, the question title includes "CL Report", but 'reporting' isn't usually a CL function. Is this question about hoe CL commands might influence reports that are generated? Also, when a 4-page report prints on two pages, does that mean that only two of the four pages print or that the pages are print "2-up" so that each page of paper contains two pages of the report? Tom
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  • Ije
    The reports were created as print file in cobol program. When i send to printer it print in all the 4 page report in 2 pages. Help on this
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  • TomLiotta
    When the report is spooled onto an output queue, use option 8(=Attributes) next to the file. Scroll down through the attributes seven times to see the "Pages per side" attribute. It might only take six or even eight times to locate the "Pages per side" attribute. What value does the attribute show? If the value is only "1", then please provide a description of the kind of printer that is being used. Tom
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