PM.050 - Product Engines

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Important: 
Materials, Production Resources and Production Processes must be setup before you can create a Product Engine.
 
In this document, we will cover how to create, edit, copy and delete Product Engines. 
Product Engines are used to create estimates, jobs in Print Job Manager as well as provide cost calculations, production processes and materials for products in your Pressero online storefront. Product Engines are created by adding components to define quantities, materials, options and calculations  to create a series of prompts/questions that are answered by the end user. Product Engines can be simple and contain only a few prompts, they can also be very complex and require many prompts for the user to answer. Product engines can also create Intelligent Responses that will guide the user through the estimate or order by activating or deactivating certain quantity, material, option, and calculation components based on the user's answer (selection) to a prompt. 
 
 
 ***v.1.2.06 PRODUCT ENHANCEMENT ALERT***
Product Engine Type: 
We have added a product engine "Type". This will allowing the user to create multiple product engine types/categories, each type must have a unique Name*. This update will make searching for a particular product engine much more efficient
 
Part 1
 
By assigning a Product Engine to a "Type", you will only see the Product Engines linked to the selected type.
Assigning a Product Engine is Not required, all unassigned Product Engines will be set as default.
 
Navigation:
  1. Settings
  2. Product Engine Type
  3. +Add New
  4. Add a name for your product engine type (Required*)
  5. Enter a description
  6. Select Save 
Part 2
 
Once you have created Product Engine Types, you can now assign Product Engines to them.
Assigning a Product Engine is Not required, all unassigned Product Engines will be set as default.
 
Navigation: 
  1. Settings
  2. Product Engines
  3. Enter the product engine name (Required*)
  4. Select a product engine type (Required*
  5. Select Save 
 
**v.1.2.06 PRODUCT ENHANCEMENT ALERT**
We have added an additional field in product engine prompts called "Name". This will allowing the user to create multiple prompts with the name (Must have a unique Name*), allowing you to display the same prompt description.  This will be useful if you have a product engine with multiple suppressed components (Quantity, Options, Materials and Calculation) options using being used. 
 
 
 
This will allow users to use the same "Prompt Name" in one product engine.
 
In the past each "Prompt Name" had to be unique, 
Example: If you have multiple suppressions based on a prompt asking "Select Paper Type" the options might be Coated Cover, Offset Cover, Coated Text, Offset Text. when the end user selects anyone of the options, the unsuppressed material prompt will show and the prompt may be "What weight/gsm of Cover Stock". 
Now the Prompts can be the same and the prompt will be the same for any choice that is made "What Weight"  
 
 
 
Table of contents:
  1. Product Engine Icons Overview.
  2. Main Menu Overview.
  3. Completed Product Engine Overview.
  4. Create New Product Engine.
    • ​Selecting Components Overview.
    • Quantity Component - Add.
    • Option Components - Add.
      • ​Option Component - Production.
      • Option Component - Materials.
    • Calculation Components.
    • Material Components.
  5. Intelligent Response Overview.
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Product Engine Icons Overview:
Fig.1
Icons that will be used in creating, editing and deleting Product Engines and their Components.
 
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Main Menu Overview ( Settings > Product Engines)
Fig.2
Main Menu Overview:
  1. Settings: Select to open settings subcategories
  2. Product Engines: Select product engines to open the product engines window.
  3. Gear Icon: Shows hide deleted checkbox, check hides deleted, unchecked show deleted.
  4. Search Engine: Type in at least the first 3 character of a product engine name or description, select the enter key or select the search icon on the right side of the field.
  5. Add New: Select to create a new product engine.
  6. Engine Name: This Column lists the product engines by name, click on the header to sort by ascending, or descending. Use the filter icon to open the filter option, select the filter you would like to use, Is equal to, Is not equal to, Starts with, Contains, Does not contain,  Ends with, then select filter, or cancel.
  7. Description:  This Column lists the product engines by Description, click on the header to sort by ascending, or descending. Use the filter icon to open the filter option, select the filter you would like to use, Is equal to, Is not equal to, Starts with, Contains, Does not contain,  Ends with, then select filter, or cancel.
  8. Edit Icon: Select edit icon to edit/change a product engine.
  9. Delete Icon: Select delete icon to delete a product engine.
  10. Copy Icon: Select the copy icon to copy a product engine.
  11. Widow navigation: Click on a numbered box to go to that page.
  12. No Number 12: Just making sure you are reading everything
  13. Items per Page: select how many items you would like to view on a single page. the default will always be 10 to allow for application speed.
  14. Current View: Number of Items per page and the total number of items.
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Completed Product Engine Overview  (Main Menu > Settings > Product Engines >)
Fig.3
Note: When adding or editing items 1 - 8 you MUST select save (#10) before testing, adding, editing a component.
  1. Name: The name of the product engine, (All product engines must have a unique name). When changing/editing the name you must save before adding, editing a component option.
  2. Description: A description of the product engine, can be a more detailed description.
  3. Quantity Definition: If an overall quantity or formula is used you may enter it here, note this will override any quantities and formulas within components.
  4. Is Multiple Quantity Available: Multiple quantities can only be used for estimating, Orders and storefront products must have only (1) one quantity.
  5. Select Quantity: Required when using multiple quantities. From the drop-down list you must select the "Quantity" that will be used in calculating the deliverable quantity usually How Many.
  6. Minimum Price: Enter the minimum price that this product engine will display, despite what the the actual calculation is.
  7. Maximum Price: Enter the minimum price that this product engine will display, despite what the the actual calculation is.
  8. Integration Id: This Id is used to connect this product engine to an online storefront(For Pressero you will copy and paste in the external pricing id) 
  9. Test: When building a product engine you can test the engine to view the calculation detail.
  10. Save: Save your build, When adding or editing items 1 - 8 you MUST select save (#10) before testing, adding, editing a component.
  11. Cancel: To leave the product engine without saving any changes you may have made.
  12. Add Component: Select the type of component you would like to add, quantity, option, calculation, materials.
  13. Prompts & Calculations: These are user defined prompts that will be user facing with the exception of the calculation component, which has embedded materials and production resources that are hidden from user. Calculation components may include Pre-Flight, Impose, Packaging, etc.
  14. Edit Component: Select the edit icon to make changes to your product engine.
  15. Delete Component: Select the delete icon to delete your product engine, deleted product engines are not recoverable.
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Create New a New Product Engine -  (Main Menu > Settings > Product Engines > +Add New)
Fig.4
After selecting +Add New you will be brought to the create product engine page. The component field will appear on the right side of the screen after you have provided a name for the product engine and selected save.
  1. Engine Name (Required): Enter a unique name for the product engine you would like to create. (Note: If you change the Name of the Product Engine you must select save before making any changes in-order to retain the name change).
  2. Description: You have the option to enter a more detailed description of the product engine.
  3. Save: Once you select the save button you will now be able to add quantity types, options, material(s) and calculations. 
  4. Add Component: After you select save the component button will appear.
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Selecting Product Engine Components:
Fig.5
Note: A product engine must have (1) one quantity component and at least one option, calculation, or material component.
 
You have will have 4 components to select from when building a product engine, quantity, option, calculation, materials. You can use multiple quantity, option, calculation and material components within a product engine. A good example would be if you are creating an product engine for a job that uses a square foot/meter calculation you will use multiple quantity components, 1) how many? 2) how wide? How long? To get the proper calculation.
 
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Quantity Component Overview:
Fig.6
  • Quantity components are required to provide calculations for materials, production resources and processes.
  • You have 15 quantity options to use when creating a product engine.
  • All Quantity Components have the same base calculation characteristics, the "Quantity Name" is different for reference purposes.
  • Once you select and use a quantity in a product engine, it will be removed from the selection list.
 
Quantity Types and Characteristics:
 
Example #1: If you are printing business cards you would create one quantity component "Quantity" for the number of cards required, if you run the cards 12-Up per sheet, you would use the formula (Quantity/12) to obtain the correct number of sheets to use when assigning materials, or production option components.
Example #2:  If you wanted to add additional sheets for Make-Ready or finishing  spoilage, use the formula (Quantity/12+25) this will add an additional 25 sheets of material. 
Example #3: If  you were are creating a component for a 3-Part NCR job you would use the  (Sets*3),
Example #4: If  you were are creating a component for note pads with 50 sheets you would use the (Sets*50) to provide the proper amount of material or production quantities needed. 
  • Quantity: Primarily used for the expected quantity for an estimate or a job.
  • SetsPrimarily used for the expected quantity for an estimate or a job. A good example would be 3-Part NCR would = Sets*3, 500 sets would be 1500.
  • Impressions: Can be used for the number of sheets to run a job, you may be printing, imaging, die-cutting, etc. items on a sheet, roll, board.
  • Quantity Per Set: Can be used in the same manner as sets, 50 sheets to a notepad, collating, etc.
  • Width: Can be used to determine the area of an item, must be used with Height, Depth or Length, (Width*Height = sq area).
  • Height: Can be used to determine the area of an item, must be used with Width, Depth or Length, (Width*Height = sq area).
  • Length: Can be used to determine the area of an item, can be used with Height, Depth or Width, (Width*Length = sq area), or alone to calculate Linear cost per Meter, Foot, Inch, etc.
  • Depth: Can be used to determine the area of an item, can be used with Height, Depth or Width, (Depth*Length = sq area), or alone to calculate Linear cost per Meter, Foot, Inch, etc.
  • Thickness: Can be used to account for the thickness of an item.
  • Q1 - Q5: These can be used if you need to define or capture additional quantity details.
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Quantity Component:
Fig.7 
Once you have selected a quantity you can now define the characteristics of the selected quantity type, you can use multiple quantity components in a single product engine.
  1. Name (Required): Using the drop-down arrow select the quantity that you would like to setup (Fig.4)
  2. Prompt (Required): Enter how you want to describe the selected quantity (How many, How wide. How long, How many sets, etc.)
  3. Minimum Quantity: Enter the lowest numeric amount that can be entered by the user for the selected quantity type (Zero (0) can be used). 
  4. Maximum Quantity: Enter the highest numeric amount  that can be entered by the user for the selected quantity type (Zero (0) can be used).
  5. Default Quantity: Enter the numeric amount that you would like to be populated when using the product engine for a estimate/job (Zero (0) can be used).
  6. Allowed decimal position: Using the drop-down arrow select the number of decimals ( 0 to 4)
  7. Allow Arbitrary Quantities: Checking the box will allow the user to enter a numeric value, default is unselected.
  8. Quantity List: You can set the quantities that will be available for the user to select when using the product engine for a estimate/job.
  9. Save - Back: Save will save your setup and bring you back to the main product engine screen, Back will  bring you back to the main product engine screen without saving your setup.
Example:
If you are printing 8.5x11 brochures you could create a quantity component using the “Quantity” selection (Fig.4) that the user will use to define the total number of brochures needed by entering in an arbitrary quantity or selecting a preset quantity from a drop-down menu (Fig.5). When adding Option Components (Add option components Below), If the brochures are produced two up on a 12 x 18 stock, you would create a formula using “Quantity/2” to calculate the correct amount of materials (paper). To define the number of sheets to be printed (Impressions or clicks) you would also use “Quantity/2”. If the brochures are folded, you would use “Quantity” to calculate the correct number of brochures to be folded. If you are shrink-wrapping the brochures in 50’s you would create another formula “Quantity/50”. For carton packing you would again create a formula “Quantity/2000” to set how many brochures will be in a carton, therefore providing the total number of cartons needed.
 
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Option Components Overview:
Fig.8
When creating an Option component, you will be using the production resources and production processes that you have created, along with any materials that may be needed.  Each option component can contain multiple option items for the user to select from, each option item can contain multiple production processes, equipment, manual labor and materials that may be needed for the defined component option item. Multiple Option Items are used when there is more than one choice for the user to select from, a good example would be when creating a prompt for large-format printing you may multiple quality modes to select from, each mode will have different characteristics such as speed of imaging, cost by Square area or different materials and require multiple component option items such as, quality mode, production mode, fine Art mode and White ink mode. You may have as many options as you would like.
  1. Prompt: In the prompt field you will be asking a question the one shown in (Fig.6) is a question pertaining to the quality mode of a large-format printer.
  2. Save: Once you have completed the prompt you must save before you can start entering in option items.
  3. +Add: Select to create an option item
  4. Display Name: The display name will be the configuration of this production process, it can also be used for a yes or no question or a choice. You may have an options prompt asking if the user would like this folded, so your first option item might be no. You can also add a select one option if you are going to use a suppression and you want to be able to suppress this particular prompt from appearing if the user selects no folding. When they selected no for folding there will be no need for these choices to appear.  
  5. Edit/Approve Icon: You must save by checking the green check mark (Fig.6 #5) in order to add materials, production, or attributes for this option item                                                                                          
  6. Materials: Using this button you will be able to add materials that are associated with this particular option item. 
  7. Production:Using this button you will put in your equipment or labor functions that will be used in this prompt.
  8. Attributes: Using this button you will be able to assign attributes to be associated with this prompt.
  9. Suppressions: Are used to suppress an option item when another option item is selected in another prompt.
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 Option Component - Adding Production Item(s)
Fig.9
  1. Select Option from the add component drop-down list
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Fig.10
Option Prompts are outfacing, meaning they will be used by your Clients who place orders online, as well any member of your staff that creates estimates and orders/jobs.
 
Example: How Many, Number of Sides, Number of Colors, Type of Material, etc.
  1. Prompt: Enter a question that will be answered by the user.
  2. Save:
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Fig.11
By creating option items you will create a list of options for the user to select that will determine the equipment, labor and materials that will be used based on the user's selection. There is no limit to the number of options you can create.
Example: The choices maybe as follows
 
     For Printing: Full Color 1 Side
                        Full Color 2 Sided
                        Black One Side
                        Black 2 Sided
    
    For Finishing: No Fold
                         Fold in Half
                         Letter Fold
                         Z - Fold
  1. +Add: Select to add an option item
  2. Display Name*: Enter the name of the option, this will be what the user will see to answer the prompt.
  3. Save: You must select the save icon to activate the materials, production and attributes actions.
  4. Option Successfully Updated: Confirmation that the option item has been saved (You will receive an error notification if the option item did not properly save).
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Fig.12
Once you have successfully saved the option item, you can assign the production (Equipment/Labor) needed to produce this production step along with associated attributes.
There is no limit to how many production steps that you can create. 
  1. +Add New: Select to add a production step.
  2. From: Enter the starting quantity for the production step, Enter -0- if the quantity is less that one (.25, .50, etc.). See Sample below (Fig.13)
  3. To: Enter the end quantity for the production step, you will receive an error in calculations if the user entered quantity exceeds the To quantity. See Sample below (Fig.13)
  4. Production Step: Click on the drop-down arrow to open list of production resources and the related production processes.
  5. Production Step Drop-Down menu: Scroll through the list to find the production resource (Bold), then select the appropriate production process need.
  6. Quantity Calculations: From the drop-down menu select the quantity that this production step will use to calculate (See Quantity over at the top of this page)
  7. Number-Up: Enter the number up/out for the specified process this can be left blank if you have included the number up/out in the quantity calculation.
  8. Instructions: Enter any instruction that you would like to appear on the Job ticket when the option is selected.
  9. Sequence: Enter the sequence that this option will be used in the production workflow for the product engine.
  10. Save: Save your work for this line item.
Sample of #2 & #3 using a price range to change production process based on quantity.
Fig.13
In the example above (1) shows a quantity range from 1 to 5000, running on a digital press 1-up. (2) shows a quantity range from 5001 to 100000, running on a half size offset press running 2 up.
 
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Option Component - Add Materials
Fig.14
When adding materials into an option item they are generally used as part of the process.
 
Example: When adding an option component for an offset press you might want to have the specified materials such as printing  plates, proofing media, laminating film, cartons, etc. attached to the production process,
  1. Prompt: Enter in the question that you would like the user to answer.
  2. Save: Select save to save the prompt name that you have entered
  3. +Add New: Materials are not required for production steps. If this production step requires materials there is no limit to the number of materials that can be added.
  4. Materials:Select the materials button and you will activate the screen that you will add your materials.
  5. From: Enter the beginning quantity for the range, If you are using square area and the material may use less the 1, please enter (0) zero.
  6. To: Enter the last quantity for the range that will be the end of the quantity range.
  7. Material: Using the drop-down arrow scroll down to find the material you would like to add, you can also start typing the name of the material.
  8. Quantity Calculation: When you select the quantity calculation using the two select fields the top one is formula commands, the lower one will be for you to select the quantity type that you would like to use for this material calculation.
  9. Number Up: In this field you will provide the number of pieces that will be needed when using this option item. In the example above we are using wider stands so we will use quantity so that we have one wire stand for each product. The number up field will also be used to define the number of pieces that can fit on this material. A good example would be if I was running a 12 x 18 sheet of paper and the product engine that I am creating is for 8.5 x 11 brochures then I would put the number two in the number up field, this will provide the proper calculation for the amount of paper needed, it will also be the base quantity for the number of clicks, impressions, folds, cuts etc.
  10. Report Position: This field is where you want to position this item in the workflow for this particular product engine. A good example would be if it would be a prepress function you may put a 1 or 2 making it the first or second item listed in the workflow, for the item in the example this number would be higher putting it towards the end of the production process.
  11. Instructions: In this field you may enter instructions that will appear on the job ticket/work order.
  12. Save:Select to save your entry.
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Calculation Component - Add
Fig.15
Calculations are used to account for materials, equipment and labor that are automatically added to the product engine calculation and workflow. calculation components. A good example would be pre-flighting customer files, prepare for shipping, cartons, etc. Calculations are embedded in the product engine and are not user facing (No Prompt). 
  1. Name (Required): Enter a name to identify this component, a good tip is to have the name include "Calculation".
  2. Materials: See "Option Component - Add Materials (Fig.12) above.
  3. Production: See "Option Component - Add Materials (Fig.12) above.
  4. Attributes: Using this button you will be able to assign attributes to be associated with this prompt.
  5. Edit Suppressions: Are are used to suppress an option item one another option item is selected in another prompt.
  6. Save - Back: Save will save your setup and bring you back to the main product engine screen, Back will  bring you back to the main product engine screen without saving you setup.
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Option Component - Add Material
Fig.16
 
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Fig. 17
You may use as many material components as needed in a product engine. You can only use 1 of the 4 choices (4,5,6,7) to 
  1. Prompt: Enter a question that you would like the user to answer.
  2. Quantity Calculation: Use one of the quantities that you selected (See Quantity Component Overview Fig.14 above).
  3. Number Up: Enter the number of pieces you will get out of the specified material.
  4. Specific Material(s): See #1 Below 
  5. All Materials in this Category:See #2 Below 
  6. All Materials: See #3 Below 
  7. All Materials with this Width and Height: See #4 Below​
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Fig.18
  1. Specific Materials: Will let you select multiple materials, click in the field to open the dropdown, and click on the item you would like to add to the product engine. You can only select one material at a time, the selected Items will be highlighted showing that they have already selected for use in the product engine.
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Fig.19
  1. All Materials in this Category: Will allow you to add all materials within your user defined categories, click  in the field to open the dropdown, and select the category you would like to add to the product engine.
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Fig.20
  1. All Materials: Selecting this option will add all of your materials to the product engine.
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Fig.21
  1. All Materials with this Width and Height: Selecting this option will add all materials matching the size that you have entered.
  2. Width (Inch/mm): Enter the width of the materials (This will use the width you set in your material data).
  3. Height (Inch/mm)Enter the height of the materials (This will use the height you set in your material data).
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Intelligent Response Overview:
By creating Intelligent Responses you will guide the user through the estimate or order by activating or deactivating certain quantities, materials, options, and calculation components, based on the user's selection of an option within the selected component. 
Example:
 
 Fig.22-A                                                    Fig.22-B
 
Fig.22-A
If a user selects a Text Weight stock (1) in the material component option prompt, the option prompt for scoring will be hidden and not require any user input, only type of fold will appear (2).   
Fig.22-B
If a user selects a cover weight stock (1) in the material component the option prompt for scoring will be activate and a option component for the user to make another selection from, in this example the prompt would be type of score and the user will select one of the defined options for scoring.
 
Sample of a product Engine with Intelligent Responses:
Fig.23
Below is an overview of each component within this product engine.
In figures 
  1. Quantity Component - How Many: No suppressions (Fig.24).
  2. Option Component - Size: No suppressions, but will be used in components 4, 5, 6 ,7 to allow the appropriate paper size for the selected size to be used (Fig.25).
  3. Option Component - Type of Paper: No suppression, but will be used in components 4, 5, 6 ,7 to allow the appropriate paper weight for the selected size to be used (Fig.26).
  4. Material Component - Type of Cover Paper (1): Will have multiple suppressions, based on user selected options for (2) Size & (3) Type of Paper (Fig.27 - 28).
  5. Material Component - Type of Cover Paper (2): Will have multiple suppressions, based on user selected options for (2) Size & (3) Type of Paper (Fig.29 - 30).
  6. Material Component - Type of Text Paper (1): Will have multiple suppressions, based on user selected options for (2) Size & (3) Type of Paper (Fig.31 - 32).
  7. Material Component - Type of Text Paper (2): Will have multiple suppressions, based on user selected options for (2) Size & (3) Type of Paper (Fig.33 - 34).
  8. Option Component - Sides and Colors (1): Will have multiple suppressions, based on user selected options for (2) Size & (3) Type of Paper (Fig.35 - 36).
  9. Option Component - Sides and Colors (2): Will have multiple suppressions, based on user selected options for (2) Size & (3) Type of Paper (Fig.37 - 38).
  10. Option Component - Bindery: No suppressions (Fig.39).
  11. Option Calculation - Product Calculation: No suppressions  (Fig.40).
 
 
 
1) Quantity Prompt - How Many:
Fig.24
  1. Quantity Component - How Many: No suppressions 
 
2) Option Prompt - Size:
Fig.25
  1. Option Component - Size: No suppressions, but will be used in the following components to allow the appropriate paper size for the selected size to be used.
    • Material Component - Type of Cover Paper (1)
    • Material Component - Type of Cover Paper (2)
    • Material Component - Type of Text (1)
    • Material Component - Type of Text Paper (2)
    • Option Component - Sides and Colors (1)
    • Option Component - Sides and Colors (2)
 
3) Option Prompt - Type of Paper:
Fig.26
  1. Option Component - Type of Paper: No suppression, but will be used in the following components to allow the appropriate paper weight for the selected size to be used.​​
    • Material Component - Type of Cover Paper (1)
    • Material Component - Type of Cover Paper (2)
    • Material Component - Type of Text (1)
    • Material Component - Type of Text Paper (2)
    • Option Component - Sides and Colors (1)
    • Option Component - Sides and Colors (2)
 
4-A) Materials Prompt - Type of Cover Paper (1):
Fig.27
  1. Will have multiple suppressions, based on user selected options for (2) Size & (3) Type of Paper (Fig.28 Below).
 
4-B) Suppression - Type of Cover Paper (1):
Fig.28
This is a material component created to run 1 - 11x17 up on a 12x18 sheet
  1. Will be Suppressed if the selected size is 8.5x11
  2. Will be Suppressed when the size shows the option -- Select One -- 
  3. Will be Suppressed if the selected Type of Paper is Text Stock (Thin)
  4. Will be Suppressed when the Type of Paper shows the option -- Select One -- 
 
 
5-A) Materials Prompt - Type of Cover Paper (2):
Fig.29
  1. Will have multiple suppressions, based on user selected options for (2) Size & (3) Type of Paper (Fig.30 Below).
 
 
5-B) Suppression - Type of Cover Paper (2):
Fig.30
This is a material component created to run 2 - 8.5x11 up on a 12x18 sheet
  1. Will be Suppressed if the selected size is 11x17
  2. Will be Suppressed when the size shows the option -- Select One -- 
  3. Will be Suppressed if the selected Type of Paper is Text Stock (Thin)
  4. Will be Suppressed when the Type of Paper shows the option -- Select One -- 
 
 
6-A) Materials Prompt - Type of Text Paper (1):
Fig.31
  1. Will have multiple suppressions, based on user selected options for (2) Size & (3) Type of Paper (Fig.32 Below).
 
6-B) Suppression - Type of Text Paper (1):
Fig.32
This is a material component created to run 2 - 8.5x11 up on a 12x18 sheet
  1. Will be Suppressed if the selected size is 11x17
  2. Will be Suppressed when the size shows the option -- Select One -- 
  3. Will be Suppressed if the selected Type of Paper is Cover Stock (Thick)
  4. Will be Suppressed when the Type of Paper shows the option -- Select One -- 
 
7-A) Materials Prompt - Type of Text Paper (2):
Fig.33
  1. Will have multiple suppressions, based on user selected options for (2) Size & (3) Type of Paper (Fig.34 Below).
 
7-B) Suppression - Type of Text Paper (2):
Fig.34
This is a material component created to run 2 - 8.5x11 up on a 12x18 sheet
  1. Will be Suppressed if the selected size is 11x17
  2. Will be Suppressed when the size shows the option -- Select One -- 
  3. Will be Suppressed if the selected Type of Paper is Text Stock (Thin)
  4. Will be Suppressed when the Type of Paper shows the option -- Select One -- 
 
 
8-A) Option Prompt - Sides and Colors (1):
Fig.35
  1. Will have multiple suppressions, based on user selected options for (2) Size & (3) Type of Paper (Fig.36 Below).
 
8-B) Suppression - Sides and Colors (1):
Fig.36
This is a material component created to run 1 - 11x17 up on a 12x18 sheet
  1. Will be Suppressed if the selected size is 8.5x11
  2. Will be Suppressed when the Type of Paper shows the option -- Select One -- 
 
9-A) Option Prompt - Sides and Colors (2):
Fig,37
  1. Will have multiple suppressions, based on user selected options for (2) Size & (3) Type of Paper (Fig.38 Below).
9-B) Suppression - Sides and Colors (2):
Fig.38
This is a material component created to run 2 - 8.5 up on a 12x18 sheet
  1. Will be Suppressed if the selected size is 8.5x11
  2. Will be Suppressed when the Type of Paper shows the option -- Select One -- 
 
1) Option Prompt - Bindery: