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Leighton

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  1. I actually had some luck with a very simple apple script. As I mentioned above I had figured out how to use Alfred commands to have a hot key open the document in the application Pages. I thought - If I print this manually all I'm doing is typing command-p and then when the print dialog box pops up typing enter, so what if a simple keystroke script would work - and it did! I Found this script online: tell application "Pages" activate delay 0.2 tell application "System Events" to keystroke "p" using {command down} tell application "System Events" to key code 36 end tell Now I just need a command to quit the application. and I'm golden. Thanks
  2. Thanks. I was unaware that there is no universal print document command. From a non-coder perspective is seems so simple.
  3. Excuse my newbie frustration here. I though it would be the most simple workflow but I cannot figure this out. I have a specific document which I need a hard copy of once or twice a month to print out to my default printer. I would love to have a hotkey to just do this. Why is it so hard? It is a pages doc and I figured out how to open the file in pages, but it would appear that printing requires scripting knowledge beyond my expertise. It seems like such a basic need I don't understand why this is so difficult. Thanks for any help.
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