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What do they mean when they say you must be 'on the page boundary' for this keyword (PAGRTT) to function? How can I check if I'm there or not? I would like to have one page in my printer file print portrait and the next in landscape, but PAGRTT doesn't work.
Does anyone have a working example of the above? In my case the record format level keyword, PAGRTT(90) is not performed. Please HELP!!!
I have a printer file devtype(*afpds) in which I would like to print one page in profile & then the next in landscape. I am trying to do this within the dds with different records. I create the prtf with PAGRTT(0). Then, in the dds on a given record format, I specify PAGRTT(90) to achieve...