Often, jobs arrive in a Ricoh ProcessDirector input device and start to process immediately. However, there might be times when
you need to do an action to move a job through the system. In addition, you might
need to restart a job if it has been interrupted or stopped during processing.
If your workflow has a Reconcilestep after the PrintJobs step, you can reconcile each job manually. If documents in the job are damaged after
reconciliation is complete, you can reprint them by using the Print Again action.
Preview printing lets you print a collection of pages from a print job as a test print
before you print the entire job. You can use preview printing to verify your printer
settings or test different options for your job.
You can move one or more jobs to the next processing step with the Go to Next Step action. You can do this task only if the job is in one of these states: Error; Manual,
Waiting; Manual, Working; Retained; Unassigned; or Waiting.
You can stop processing a job or a group of jobs and then start to process them again
later, either from the point that they stopped or from a different spot. You must
stop jobs to do some job actions.
You can work with documents using the Documents portlet on the Main page of the user interface. For example, you can find documents in the system and
then create a new job to process them. Or, you can find the job that contains a document
and then do actions on the job from the Jobs table.