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Printing Chinese Characters on Labels using ZEBRA

Dear all,

Could someone tell me how to Print Chinese characters on labels using ZEBRA Printer.

Thanks & Regards,


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    Posted on May 17, 2006 at 03:24 AM

    Hi Joseph,

    I think you need to upload the code page as explained in the ZEBRA Document. Take a look at it as it gives you detailed information along with the screens shots.

    You need to upload Code page to enable the zebra to print Chinese characters.



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      Download label definition into print file: Choose File ® Create Format for SAP R/3 to convert the printer commands into an ITF file that is suited for import into SAPscript. The Download Stored Format Wizard appears and allows you to choose between two procedures:

      Download the label definition into the Zebra printer (RAM or nonvolatile memory) and create a merge file for SAPscript.

      Create a file for SAPscript that contains label definition plus variable data.

      For performance reasons you should prefer the first method, since that print files created in R/3 to be sent to the printer have only minimal size. With the second method, even though you avoid keeping the label definition in the printer, you must pass the entire label definition to the printer for each label you print from R/3 (including graphics, fonts, and so on), which is considerably slower.

      BAR-ONE in both cases creates a file with the extension ".ITF".

      for chinees install font in ur pc....

      . Font in local PC & R/3 (can be loaded by SE73).

      b. Use the type-settings of the font installed.

      c. Develop Style and use in Form.

      d. Just print (Print preview will be junk only but print out will be perfect).

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    Posted on May 31, 2007 at 03:24 AM

    Hi Joseph,

    How were u able to resolve your issue on Chinese font printing using Zebra? This is because I'm supposed to print Chinese texts & data using Zebra label printer. The problem is, inspite of using the Chinese font residing in the printer's memory card, i am not getting any output whenever i run a standard SAP report (VL74) calling a customized saprscipt report. Please help check my codes below. Also, I'm not sure of the command ^A1B, if it is still needed everytime i try to print a text, since i already used the command ^CW1,B:MSUNG.FNT.

    I placed them in the Main area of Sapscript. Thanks in advance.













    / ^XA

    / ^CW1,B:MSUNG.FNT

    / DFZ5L3_L-1FS

    / ^PRC

    / LH0,0FS

    / ^LL1981

    / ^MD0

    / ^MNY

    / LH0,0FS

    / FO700,649A1B,48,0FRFN999^FS

    / FO1084,309A1B,46,0CI0FRFN998FS

    / FO315,330A1B,46,0CI0FRFN997FS

    / FO459,1351A1B,46,0CI0FRFN996FS

    / FO829,396A1B,46,0CI0FRFN995FS

    / FO54,1777A1B,46,0CI0FRFD中文 1FS

    / FO186,1774A1B,46,0CI0FRFD中文 2FS

    / FO318,1774A1B,46,0CI0FRFD中文 3FS

    / FO315,814A1B,46,0CI0FRFD中文 4FS

    / FO456,1777A1B,46,0CI0FRFD中文 5FS

    / FO12,18GB1162,1942,6^FS

    / FO147,18GB135,1942,6^FS

    / FO411,18GB135,1942,6^FS

    / FO660,18GB135,1942,6^FS

    / FO916,18GB135,1942,6^FS

    / ^XZ


    / ^XA

    / ^XFZ5L3_L-1.ZPL

    / FN999FD&GF_MAKTX&^FS

    / FN998FD&GF_VEMNG&^FS

    / FN997FD&GF_KDMAT&^FS

    / FN996FD&GF_VBELN&^FS

    / FN995FD&GF_MATNR&^FS

    / ^PQ1,0,1,N

    / ^XZ

    / ^FX End of job

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