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Save Print command - whoops I forgot!!!

Monty

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Is it possible to automate the operation of the 'Save Print' button or allow me to operate this retrospectively. Often I make a successful print but forget to hit the button before making another. Getting old and forgetful!!

Best wishes

Monty Trent
 
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Hi Monty. Nope, you can't automate that one, sorry. That said, do you need to save them? Your Develop settings would be stored in the catalog, and you could easily print it again using the same page/print settings. The Save Print button really comes into its own with composite prints with multiple photos, and things like that.
 

Monty

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Hi Victoria,
Thank you. I suspected as much. Yes, of course I can print again. The trouble is that I rarely print anything twice with the same print settings (a lot depends on what paper I've got handy) and I don't have a proper management system for identifying pictures that I have already printed. As a DAM devotee I really ought to do better!!
 
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