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In Engineering, Architecture and Graphic Design offices, it is common to use more expensive (premium) print materials such as Mylar Film, Architecture grade paper, and gloss photo paper.  [[https://www.papercut.com/products/chargeback/ | PaperCut ChargeBack]] offers a ''[[https://www.papercut.com/products/chargeback/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-charge-rates.html | Charge Rates]]'' feature that can help organizations account for the extra costs of these materials.  The user selects the appropriate charge rate from a drop-down list in the client pop-up window.  The system can be configured to display various charge rates in the drop-down list.  Please see [[https://www.papercut.com/products/chargeback/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-charge-rates.html | Chapter 6]] in the user guide for more information about this feature.
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In Engineering, Architecture and Graphic Design offices, it is common to use more expensive (premium) print materials such as Mylar Film, Architecture grade paper, and gloss photo paper.  [[https://www.papercut.com/solutions/client-billing-print-tracking/ | PaperCut ]] offers a ''[[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-charge-rates.html | Charge Rates]]'' feature that can help organizations account for the extra costs of these materials.  The user selects the appropriate charge rate from a drop-down list in the client pop-up window.  The system can be configured to display various charge rates in the drop-down list.  Please see [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-charge-rates.html | the user manual]] for more information about this feature.
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* Discounting large batch jobs (e.g. You can offer a client orders 5 copies or more of their architecture plans a 20% discount)
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In Engineering, Architecture and Graphic Design offices, it is common to use more expensive (premium) print materials such as Mylar Film, Architecture grade paper, and gloss photo paper.  PaperCut ChargeBack offers a ''[[http://www.papercut.biz/products/chargeback/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-charge-rates.html | Charge Rates]]'' feature that can help organizations account for the extra costs of these materials.  The user selects the appropriate charge rate from a drop-down list in the client pop-up window.  The system can be configured to display various charge rates in the drop-down list.  Please see [[http://www.papercut.biz/products/chargeback/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-charge-rates.html | Chapter 6]] in the user guide for more information about this feature.
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In Engineering, Architecture and Graphic Design offices, it is common to use more expensive (premium) print materials such as Mylar Film, Architecture grade paper, and gloss photo paper.  [[http://papercut.biz/products/chargeback/ | PaperCut ChargeBack]] offers a ''[[http://www.papercut.biz/products/chargeback/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-charge-rates.html | Charge Rates]]'' feature that can help organizations account for the extra costs of these materials.  The user selects the appropriate charge rate from a drop-down list in the client pop-up window.  The system can be configured to display various charge rates in the drop-down list.  Please see [[http://www.papercut.biz/products/chargeback/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-charge-rates.html | Chapter 6]] in the user guide for more information about this feature.
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In Engineering, Architecture and Graphic Design offices, it is common to use more expensive (premium) print materials such as Mylar Film, Architecture grade paper, and gloss photo paper.  PaperCut ChargeBack offers a ''[[http://www.papercut.biz/products/chargeback/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-charge-rates.html | Charge Rates]]'' feature that can help organizations account for the extra costs of these materials.  The user selects the appropriate charge rate from a drop-down list in the client pop-up window.  The system can be configured to display various charge rates in the drop-down list.  Please see [[http://www.papercut.biz/products/chargeback/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-charge-rates.html | Chapter 6]] in the user guide for more information about this feature.

Other users of this feature include:
* Discounting draft quality prints of draft quality paper.
* Discounting large batch jobs (e.g. You can offer a client orders 5 copies or more of their architecture plans a 20% discount)


'''Note:''' Discounts/adjustments can also be made manually after a print by directly editing print logs and/or making transaction adjustments, however using the ''Charge Rates'' feature is a more convenient option.

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