Modern printers are getting better and better and they can do more and more. But sometimes, printing becomes an irritating task, especially when you have to change your printer and page setup to print to headed paper then change it again to print to plain etc. etc. for each print job.
For example you may want to change to duplex and then change back again. You may want to print some pages from the headed-paper tray and then another document to just plain paper. Using Microsoft Word to do this is a painful and error prone. How often do you print to the wrong tray and waste expensive paper? Tray Selector is a small and neat Word add-in that helps solve such problems, easing your printing experience and reducing it to the click of a button.
You can Download our Microsoft Word print Add-in and install it in a few minutes. Alternatively contact us and we can have one of our engineers remotely install it and provide a demo. You are given this fully functional software free of cost for a trial period of 30 days. And if you found it useful as I’m sure you will, and want to use it even after the trial period exceeds, you can buy an inexpensive license on a per user basis from our website.
Downloading this print utility has several benefits. It works on any printer. This software is compatible with all versions of Microsoft Office from 2000 and up to 2016. It is very easy to download and install, and extremely easy to use. That is why it is becoming popular among users all over the world especially in the legal profession where printing to different paper types is so common. Many of our users are law firms who do a lot of printing and need to produce documents on different types of paper quickly and efficiently.
Using this print utility in Microsoft Word helps you getting rid of common printing problems. You can create your own personalised ribbon bar buttons for printing. This tool bar give you up to 20 one-click printing button to combine printer and tray options selection. It also saves you from the hodge-podge of complicated setting or the difficult task of programming macros.
Some of the firms that have purchased Tray Selector have done some pretty neat things. It’s possible to setup groups of users so that when they login their print buttons are all setup in the way that suits them best so that they can easily print to printers near by their desks, provide envelope printing, work well with duplex printers etc. etc.
The whole process is not only easy, but also saves a lot of time, money and printer supplies.