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Old 10-23-2012, 01:51 PM   #1
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Post Cups Printing (Suppress Blank Pages)

I have an overlay to print a Letterhead on Documents. This overlay Works very well on HP Printers, however I have both a Lexmark and Ricoh printer which Prints a blank page before the main Document. The Hp Printers had a Suppress blank pages which worked well. However the Ricoh and the Lexmark options do not suppress the blank page and I get 1 blank page with the letterhead then the document with the letterhead.

Is there any way to suppress blank pages in CUPS?
Is there a Cupsfilter that will do this?

Just have to remove a leading form feed.


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