Hi Warren, This logic doesn't apply in many cases over here. (No problem for single-user systems. ) This is why I'm asking for "Roving Profiles" where embosser setup, etc., applies to the individual logging on to a network. Quite simply, my network users are overtaking my single-users here in the UK. Example 1. Student in college, prepares work in college dormitory on a workstation (where an Index is installed) but will emboss that work in the Library where two much faster Thiels are installed. Example 2. Member of staff at College, mostly works in the staff room where there is an embosser with narrow paper. Often has to work on DBT elsewhere, and bring files back to staff room for embossing. Example 3. Major charity with 4 floors, and at least two embossers on each floor. One embosser will or might have narrow paper for letters, while the other has wide paper for information sheets, etc.. And so on........... George. ________________________________ From: duxhelp-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:duxhelp-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of WarrenDFig@xxxxxxx Sent: 23 March 2005 12:57 To: duxhelp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [duxhelp] Re: Embosser Setup (again) In a message dated 3/22/2005 9:11:20 AM Central Standard Time, peter@xxxxxxxxxx writes: My thinking is that we're OK as-is, because a user will normally generate a template from a document targeted to the default embosser, paper size, and format dimensions. I agree with you. Warren This Message has been scanned for viruses by McAfee Groupshield.