Select files in the file pane and drag and drop them onto the Print Tool application. Files are printed using the default print instructions bound to the icon in the Binder database. See Chapter 10, Print Tool for more information about using the Print Tool and Chapter 16, Binder for information about print bindings.
Select files in the file pane and choose Print (or Print One) from the File menu or the File Pane pop-up menu. The Print (or Print One) item is inactive unless files are selected. Print One prints files using the print method in the Binder database, if it exists. Otherwise, Print prints files using the default print method from the File Manager Properties window. See "Customizing Your File Manager" for information about tool properties and Chapter 16, Binder for information about print bindings.
Highlight the Print (or Print One) item from the File menu or the File Pane pop-up menu, drag right to display the Print submenu, and choose Print to display the Print Options window. This is useful when you want to print a file using a method other than the default print method, or if you want to print a file to a different printer. Figure 2-23 shows the Print window with an alternate printer specified in the text field. Specify $FILE where you want the file name to be in your print script.