Embedding the Filing String Within a Document
Tips for Embedding the Filing String
When a document with encoded filing information is
sent to the Print to Image-Master printer, the resulting
image will not show the embedded text string. However, when the
document is printed to a different printer, the embedded text
string will be printed on the page at the location where it appears
in the application.
Strategies for placing this information so that it
is unobtrusive varies with the software that generates the print
Some suggestions for camouflaging the text
Change the color of the characters - The color of
the characters does not affect the ability of Print to
Image-Master to correctly interpret the filing information.
Use a light color, white, or a color to match the
background to prevent the text string from appearing on the printed
page. Some programs attempt to expedite the process of printing by
omitting information that would not show, or if set to use the same
color as the background of the paper.
Locate outside the printable area - Some programs
permit some information to exist outside the "printable area" of
the printer and may or may not warn of this situation. If the
program sends the characters outside the printable area to the
printer anyway, then the document will be filed properly by