I may be able to modify the
postscript file that prints the precinct header cards to prefix the precinct
number with a common name (e.g. San Juan 001 - Unit [Pct#] ) instead of it
reading Precinct Header Card [Pct#]. Is this what you want?
Understand that these cards will look to the host computer system as precinct
header cards and the ID marks on the bottom will indicate the
Please list out a sequence for me to
show me exactly what is the common factor and what is the variable.
San Juan 001 - Unit 1
San Juan 001 - Unit 2
San Juan 001 - Unit 3
San Juan 001 - Unit 4
San Juan 001 - Unit 5
San Juan 001 - Unit 1683
I don't want to reprint
these. It'll take approximately 17 hours of continuous printing to get
these done and we aren't here for 17 hours straight.
I'll try to work up a
single example tomorrow for you and fax it to your office.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 4:00
Subject: RE: Puerto Rico list of voting
Yes, I will need Precinct Header Cards. Maybe to clarify
a bit, I want to
print onto the Precinct Header Card the Reporting
Precinct Name that is
defined in Gems. Instead of having Precinct
Numbers 1-1683 as Reporting
Precinct Names, I will have San Juan 001 -
Unit 1, San Juan 001 - Unit 2,
etc, etc. So ID code 1 will match to
San Juan 001- Unit 1, and ID code 2
will match San Juan 001 - Unit 2, etc,
etc. I hope this makes sense.
Ian Piper [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Wednesday, January 26, 2000 2:15 PM
To: Jeff Hintz
Subject: Re: Puerto
Rico list of voting centers
I can print whatever numbers
you want on the cards, but understand that the
ID codes at the bottom of
the ballot will reflect those numbers and be sent
to the host computer
when scanned. It sounds like you're looking for
Cards not Batch Header Cards, is that true? I'm not an
expert on the
use of these different kinds of special cards. You should
someone in Support or Software Development for info on which card
suit your function.
----- Original Message
From: Jeff Hintz
To: 'Juan A. Rivera'
Ian S. Piper (E-mail)
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 12:22
Subject: RE: Puerto Rico list of voting centers
Yes, Juan I did receive the list.
possible to print the header cards with the Report Precinct ID that
input into Gems??? For example, the first Report
Precinct ID will be San
Juan 001 - Unit 1, or something like
that. It would make life a whole
easier if we are able
to print out the Precinct Header Cards with the
correct ID, since we
are going to count the whole island, 1683 Reporting
If not, let me know, and I will put out an RCR, and maybe
from R & D can make that change.
From: Juan A. Rivera [SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 11:04 AM
To: Jeff Hintz
Subject: Re: Puerto Rico list of voting centers
I left you a voice mail at your office that I had
sent you the list that
spoke about. Please
reconfirm that you received it . Ian needs to know
information about this since he is the one that has to print the
cards for us.
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