Ok, I have spent the better part of two days searching to try and find a solution to this but the gods of Google and Bing are failing me here....
I am troubleshooting a problem on a new client machine at work and I have found an admittedly small but annoying difference in operation between xp and 7, that I am hoping someone has seen and found a way to alter the behavior for.....
If you have a directory of say 45~50 different docs or pdfs, for example, In XP I can choose to select them all right click and choose print. This will then send them off to the default printer and I am done with the task.
In 7 when I try to select them all and print this option is not available if all the items are selected. Now for the fun part, as long as I select 15 items or less I have the option to right click print, again 16 or more and this option disappears.
Why 15 items? Where is this configured, is it possible to change???
Now all in all this does not seem like such a bad workaround to only select 15 items but.... for the particular user involved who does a lot of printing of batchs of items it can lead to a lot of extra work and makes it easier to loose track of what is printed.(not really a desirable situation when printing billing invoices ....)
So has any one run into this and do they have a way around it???
System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Build OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 CPU Phenom II X3 720 BE @3.2Ghz Motherboard ASRock A770DE AM3 Memory 4GB Corsair XMS2 DDR2-800 Graphics Card Nvidia GTS 250 512MB w/ Accelero Twin Turbo Monitor(s) Displays 24" Benq LED G2420HDBL Screen Resolution 1920x1080
Keyboard Microsoft 3000 Mouse Microsoft 5000 PSU Earthwatts 380 w/ Noctua R8 Case Antec 300 Cooling AC Alpine 64 Hard Drives 120GB Corsair Force3 SSD, 1TB [WD] Caviar Internet Speed 14MBit/sec Other Info Logitech Z520 Speakers
Wireless Xbox 360 GamePad
Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Self build OS Windows 7 Home Premium CPU Intel Core i5 3550 Motherboard ASUS P8Z77-V LX (LGA1155) Memory Corsair Vengeance DDR3 16GB Graphics Card Power Color Radeon HD 7850 Monitor(s) Displays Hanns-G 23.6", Acer 17" Screen Resolution 1920x1080, 1440x900
I found a few references to it for 500, but about 97% were for the 16 value. I suppose we'll see how many people say the 16 doesn't give them unlimited or not. I'll add a note in the tutorial for those that may not.