How does Postpress work?
Posted: 22 Dec 2005 03:32 pm
I am having trouble getting my head around the postpress section. In the Configure section with setup, price and Minimum ... I understand, but then the Quantity and per set I do not understand. Help please. Also from some of the posts by Craig and Hal I assume you two are pilots (or soon to be pilots) ... I am a private pilot as well. Maybe that is why we are drawn to Morning Flight?
. . . . . Daryl
Joined: 20 Dec 2005 Posts: 23 Location: Saskatchewan, Canada
Not a pilot here, although I did stay at a Holiday Inn last night. I think this one is for Hal, I don't see the per set unless you are in the My Postpress section. In that case, let's say you added an additional postpress for padding and you wanted to charge $1.00 (nice to dream) per pad you'll want to check the per set box, that way it would add $1.00 per pad and not $1.00 per the number of sheets.
As for Quantity, the only place where I see that is when I am making a quote, it would tell me how many pads (back to that again) I am going to have, based on my finished size and press sheet size.
Hal, please feel free to shoot me down if I'm wrong!
. . . . . Craig Hofer
Loris Printing Joined: 05 May 2005 Posts: 79 Location: Sandusky, Ohio
Craig nailed this one. Looks like he's getting ready for his Gold Wings. And no, Craig, Holiday Inn's don't count towards your sky miles. As for the pilot thing, I used to be, courtesy of the U.S. Army. Haven't held a stick in some years. Still love flying, though. Bet that'll let the cat out of the bag on how I arrived at the name "Morning Flight."
Best wishes to all for the holidays!
. . . . . Hal Heindel
Thanks guys, I get it now, I was looking for something more difficult. I was trying to do wrap-around covers for NCR invoices and got confused with the term sets. (I was thinking of NCR sets instead of sets in a book). Have a Great Holiday!
. . . . . Daryl