after using File>Print will offer you the opportunity to specify the number of copies. So, unless you want them marked (like "original", "copy 1", etc) any Windows program will do.
Most printer drivers, in fact, will let you specify the number of copies to print by default. So if you make a printer called "print_4_times", and use that it might be even easier. But it only makes sense if the application program has a setting somewhere for the printer to use.
You might like to start thinking about the other features your program should have, like:
- fill in the blanks lay-out
- attached database of suppliers
- automatic numbering of purchase orders
- preferred suppliers for each article
- database of prices, rebates and contracts and other stuff to be printed on the purchase order
- logging of purchase order into your bookkeeping application
- possibility to order by email, fax or Internet (using some standard protocol)
It all depends on the scale of your purchase department, I'd say.
Hope this helps.
We currently prepare a four part letter size purchase order when we order anything. This is typed by a clerk on a typewriter. I am looking for a program that will print us 4 copies of a purchase order on a laser printer. Any thoughts