Printing documents

You can print a document while it's open, or select document(s) in a view and print them.

To print a document

Procedure

  1. Open the document you want to print.
  2. From the menu, click File > Print.
  3. Select a printer.
  4. Optional: In the Print Range section, if you do not want to print all the pages in a document (the default) specify a range of pages, or choose Current Page.
  5. Under Print Tabbed Tables, choose how to handle the tabbed pages:

    Each tab individually - to print each tab, regardless of the tab that is currently visible

    As displayed on screen - to print only the tab that is visible

  6. Optional: In the Print Quality section, make any of the following selections:
    • To print faster (with reduced print quality), select Print as draft.
    • To print pictures at their original size, select Scale all graphics to 100%.
    • If you plan to preview the print job and want to do so in color, select Preview in color.
  7. Optional: In the Copies section, you can:
    • Enter the number of copies you want printed (default is one copy).
    • Select or deselect Collate copies.
  8. Click OK.

Results

Note: If you are printing internet mail that includes html, the print dialog that opens is a browser-based print dialog, not the IBM® Notes® print dialog. If however, you forward the mail, you can print the document before you send the forwarded message using the Notes print dialog.

Macintosh users

Procedure

  1. Open a document, or click its title in a view.
  2. From the menu, click File > Print.
  3. Optional: Specify any of the standard Macintosh print options you want, such as the number of copies or a range of pages to print.
  4. Optional: To specify print quality options, in the drop-down menu whose default is Copies & Pages (OS X), choose Notes, then click the Notes Options button. Click OK.
  5. Click Print.

To print multiple documents

About this task

You can print multiple documents in IBM Notes without having to open each one first.

Procedure

  1. Select the documents in a folder or view.
  2. From the menu, click File > Print.
  3. Choose Selected documents in the What to Print section.
  4. In the Print Range section, keep the All pages (the default) selection.
  5. Optional: In the Print Quality section, make any of the following selections:
    • To print faster (with reduced print quality), select Print as draft.
    • To print pictures at their original size, select Scale all graphics to 100%.
    • If you plan to preview the print job and want to do so in color, select Preview in color.
  6. Optional: In the Copies section, you can:
    • Enter the number of copies you want printed (default is one copy).
    • Select or deselect Collate copies.
  7. Optional: Click the Documents Style tab for options on how to print each document and to select an alternate form.
  8. Click OK.

Macintosh users

Procedure

  1. Select documents to print.
  2. From the menu click File > Print.
  3. Optional: Specify any of the standard Macintosh print options you want, such as the number of copies or a range of pages to print.
  4. Optional: To specify print quality options, in the drop-down menu whose default is Copies & Pages (OS X), choose Notes, then click the Notes Options button. Click OK.
  5. Click Print.