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Information processing device, image processing device, job processing method, and storage medium

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An information processing device, capable of communicating with an image processing device, has: an acceptance unit to accept an instruction as to whether or not to add, to a print job, browsing management information corresponding to an original file of the print job; and a transfer unit to, in a case where the acceptance unit accepts the instruction to add the browsing management information, add the browsing management information to the print job and transfer the acquired print job to the image processing device, and, in a case where the acceptance unit does not accept the instruction to add the browsing management information, transfer the print job to the image processing device without adding the browsing management information.

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