Way to organize page setups in the printer driver?

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Robert Montgomery, Apr 30, 2009.

  1. Is there a way to organize file names in the printer driver?

    When I go to File > Print > Page Setup > Paper Size > Manage Paper
    Sizes, the page setups there are listed at random and there are so many
    of them it takes me a long time to find the particular ones I'm looking for.

    I want them to be listed in alphabetical order.
     
    Robert Montgomery, Apr 30, 2009
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  2. Why am I the only one to have this problem?

    Doesn't anyone else have a lot of custom page setups?

    This is so strange; this is at least the third time I've asked this
    question, and no one has responded.

    Robert
     
    Robert Montgomery, May 2, 2009
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  3. Robert Montgomery

    tony cooper Guest

    You really want a response? OK, I checked my sequence. No particular
    order. I dunno why.
     
    tony cooper, May 2, 2009
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  4. Robert Montgomery

    ArtistMike Guest

    Maybe no one cares enough to help you?

    Mike
     
    ArtistMike, May 2, 2009
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  5. Why? They care about all sorts of other topics, some of which aren't
    even important.

    Robert
     
    Robert Montgomery, May 3, 2009
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  6. Robert Montgomery

    Roy G Guest

    Perhaps it is because we don't understand the question.

    When I go to File then Print, I get a dialogue box which has a drop down for
    my printer / printers and a Box which takes me to the selected printer
    Properties, or an Ok which will cause Printing to commence.

    Even when I go File then Page Setup I get a box with a drop down for paper
    sizes, which includes a "User Defined" option.

    I don't see the choices you are mentioning, and I have perhaps used the
    "User Defined" Paper sizes perhaps 3 times this century.

    It might be something which is peculiar to your un-named Printer.

    Roy G
     
    Roy G, May 6, 2009
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  7. When I go to File > Page Setup > Paper Size, I have about sixty custom
    page setups there, plus some standard ones.

    My printers are an Epson 7600 and Epson 2400, but it doesn't matter what
    printers I have; when you make custom page setups, they're thrust into
    the list randomly, so that if you have many of them, they're hard to
    find when you're looking for a particular one.

    Robert
     
    Robert Montgomery, May 6, 2009
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