banner page


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banner page

(1) An identification page printed at the beginning of a print job by many print spoolers. It serves as a title page and separator between print jobs.

(2) A home page on a website that serves as a launching pad to other products and services. See link site.

(3) See splash screen.
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On the banner page of the IADC, each month we run a new quote that promotes diversity and inclusion.
In my case it had always been by way of LJM, and with material that was unconventional, unusual for the banner page.
Every Facebook user should know how much of their personal information and what pictures are listed on their public Facebook profile and banner page.
Just by eliminating the banner page we could reduce the amount of student printouts by a third," Gaier says.
The new software erases the need for a banner page by requiring users--students, faculty, and staff--to enter a unique ID number into the printer in order to release a print job.
When the printer received the job, it prints a banner page containing user and job information, followed by the document.
The Chronicle, he said, published over 300 banner page efforts by the end of 1990, with majority of business generated by outside sales.
Earth Smart print driver defaults can be set on the MFPs to include two-sided printing, proof print, no banner page, recycled paper and draft mode.
For monochrome MFPs, multiple jobs from a BLI test suite were sent in series to each device, with output consisting of both single and multiple stapled sets with a banner page for each job in the test suite.
Multiple jobs from a BLI test suite were sent in series to each device, with output consisting of a mix of single and multiple stapled sets with a banner page for each job in the test suite.
Built-in tools such as Earth Smart print driver defaults include two-sided printing with no banner pages, and the Xerox Auditron monitors color printing costs.
The multipage capability enables the use of banner pages to separate records.