How do I charge fractions of a cent for printing?

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July 11, 2014, at 01:25 PM by 82.0.200.84 -
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You can change this value in ''PaperCut NG'' and ''PaperCut ChargeBack'' as follows:
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You can change this value in ''PaperCut'' as follows:
June 13, 2012, at 05:49 PM by 75.103.14.26 -
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# @@Decimal places used in cost settings (e.g. printer costs)@@ will adjust printer charging.
# @@Decimal places used elsewhere@@ will make allow decimal changes which will show in all other areas of PaperCut, such as reporting, logging, etc.
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# Enter @@0@@ in the decimal places boxes to display no decimal places.
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# Enter the number of decimals you require.  You can enter @@0@@ to display no decimal places.
April 04, 2011, at 04:49 AM by 202.129.124.120 -
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[-keywords: fractions, cents, fraction, fractional, decimal, decimal point, charge, charge rates, charging -]
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[-keywords: fractions, half a cent, cents, fraction, fractional, decimal, decimal point, charge, charge rates, charging -]
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(:title How do I charge fractions of a cent for printing?:)

In most cases PaperCut's default charging precision of whole cents is suitable. Some organizations may wish to provide finer detail on printing costs. PaperCut allows for displaying and storing of values from 0 to 5 decimal places. The default is 2.

You can change this value in ''PaperCut NG'' and ''PaperCut ChargeBack'' as follows:
# From the administration interface, navigate to @@Options@@ -> @@General@@ -> @@Display Options@@.
# ''Check'' @@Change number of decimal places@@
# Enter @@0@@ in the decimal places boxes to display no decimal places.
# Press @@Apply@@.

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[-keywords: fractions, cents, fraction, fractional, decimal, decimal point, charge, charge rates, charging -]

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