KIP Print is a complex piece of software developed particularly for printing businesses, that run around the clock and need to work with large numbers of documents on a daily basis.
The program is fairly simple to install, featuring no noteworthy events. Afterward, you will need to select and connect the printer you want to work with, which might prove a bit of a challenge, as it does not always automatically detect the available devices.
KIP Print features an attractive and quite functional interface, with a ribbon comprising its main functions, accessible by clicking on the assigned buttons.
Create and manage print jobs
You can create a 'New Job', 'Add Files', 'Enlarge / Reduce' the size of certain documents, apply a 'Stamp', manage the 'Color Options', 'Fold', 'Mirror' or 'Invert' your documents. KIP Print supports a wide array of formats, ranging from images to documents, thus enabling you to print almost any file you want, without a problem.
When applying a 'Stamp' to the printed documents, you can choose the type ('Text', 'Image'), the preferred 'Macros' ('Current Date', 'Page Number', 'Requester', 'Distribution', 'File Name', etc), along with the font and size of the input text. You can also rotate the text at a user-defined angle, or implement a 'Text / Graphic Gap'.
Moreover, in order to 'Reduce / Enlarge' an image or document, you can select a preferred 'Scheme' from a drop-down menu. You can choose the 'Roll Size', 'Rotation' type, 'Margins', etc. When multiple print jobs are scheduled, you have the option of viewing the 'Print Queue'; you can also 'Reverse Print Order' or 'Create Password' to operate the software.
However useful and comprehensive in terms of functionality KIP Print might be, it is hard to overlook its delayed response to both mouse and keyboard actions, which might cause many to resort to other similar tools out of frustration with this application.
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