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print queue

[′print ‚kyü]
(computer science)
A prioritized list, maintained by the operating system, of the output from a computer system waiting on a spool file to be printed.

print queue

A reserved area of memory or disk that holds output designated for the printer until the printer can receive it. See print server.
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The card system makes it easy to track volume and usage, especially helpful since Trinity gets a percentage of the revenue from every print job.
Administrators can also create customized reports to track printing patterns and trends for different users, computers, or workstations, which provides information such as print volume, documents printed, size of print job, time it was initiated, costs etc.
Print job and queue management is browser-based, therefore, system-independent and enables administrators to monitor print services and troubleshoot from any local workstation within the LAN or remotely via WAN or internet connection.
If there's a problem with a print job or a printer, the system identifies it and redirects the job.
Rouse also liked the fact that when a print job arrives at the client machine, it is displayed in the UniPrint Client where the user can print to any printer accessible to them.
PrintingScout[TM] software notifies a user at the desktop if a print job fails.
When printing, UniPrint creates a Portable Document Format (PDF) print job that is returned to the client workstation via UniPrint's private virtual channel to make it simple for users to instantly print, preview, save, or email print jobs.
Kyocera's Data Security Kit acts as a powerful "memory scrubber" that automatically overwrites residual data remaining on the printer after each print job is completed.
When printing, UniPrint TSE 64-bit creates a Portable Document Format (PDF) print job that is returned to the client workstation via UniPrint's private virtual channel, making it simple for users to print automatically, preview, save, or email print jobs.
When printing, UniPrint TSE creates a Portable Document Format (PDF) print job that is returned to the client workstation via UniPrint's private virtual channel, making it simple for users to print automatically, preview, save, or email print jobs.
0 - software that simplifies the set-up of a print job, such as layout and editing, and allows users to see the print jobs on screen as they will appear printed.
Based on open architecture and the industry standard JDF (Job Definition Format) technology, the solution eliminates the need for entering the required print job information into the Prinect system and then again into a digital prepress system.