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Re: Command Workstation VDP

Reply #15
I do all the assigning at CWS. I don't try to assign it when sending from the driver.
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Re: Command Workstation VDP

Reply #16
Are you making a PDF of the data file or can you use the .csv?
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Re: Command Workstation VDP

Reply #17
No. The files in CWS must be native, but not a supporting file, if that makes sense.
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Re: Command Workstation VDP

Reply #18
So PDF?
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Re: Command Workstation VDP

Reply #19
PDF is probably easiest but you can also print to the hold queue direct from InDesign, Illy, PS, Word, etc.
"I'm not addicted to cocaine. I just like the way it smells."
– Richard Pryor

“Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut.”
― Ernest Hemingway