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Old 02-19-2011, 02:11 PM
jneher jneher is offline
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Default Quickpuhch/automatic punch out - Paper Reference Manual Available?

I'm sure this is covered somewhere in the Ref. Manual but can't find it.

I've figured out how to manually punch in and out
with Quickpunch.

I've figured out how to automatically punch in
at the beginning of a selection point.
However, I can't seem to find how to automatically punch
out at the end of the selection or some other marker point.
Can anyone tell me or point me to the applicable page
in the Reg. Manual for PT9?

Also, is there any way to buy a paper-based PT9 manual.
I don't want to print out 1000 pages and one would
be very helpful to me.

Thanks,

Jon
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