Instructions for running pskpage.z ------------------------------------------ pskpage.z is simply a print version of dskpage.z The instructions for starting the program are the same (current working directory, etc.) When pskpage.z first starts up, it asks the same four questions as dskpage.z (1) Enter note size (<return> = 14). (2) Source library? (3) starting page number (4) number of pages It also asks a fifth question: (5) Shift odd/even pages for better binding? Enter "Y" = yes The normal answer is a simple <Enter>. The special case is where you are printing something that will be bound. In this case, left-hand pages (page numbers that are even) need to be shifted slightly to the left, so as to leave extra space on the right. The program does not shift the right-hand (odd numbered) pages. Once you have answered these questions, the program begins to print. To print on both sides of the page on my LaserJet, I need to print first the right-hand side on a clean sheet; then place the page in the paper tray face up with the page top towards the front and print the next page (which will be a left-hand page). Another method would be to put the printed right-hand page in the auxilliary feeder tray face down with the page top pointed towards the printer. Somehow, I have more confidence in the paper tray method as far a proper vertical placement goes, but both methods work on my printer.