Command Line Printing: Printing Multiple Copies

To print multiple copies of a document, you use the -n option to lp and specify a number, which will be the number of copies of the output. The default is 1. For example:
	% lp -n 2  foo
This will print 2 copies of the file "foo" to your printer.

To specify a printer that is different than the printer set in your shell start-up file:

	% lp -n 2 -d abc1 foo
This will send two copies of the file "foo" to printer abc1.

Last modified: 2007/10/08 09:36:25.007000 GMT-4 by
Created: 2007/10/08 09:36:25.007000 GMT-4 by brian.r.brinegar.1.


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