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sapscript printing problem

is it possible that after copying a standard page format to a z format and change the dimensions like the height that some settings can be lost.why i am saying that is, if i use the z format its printing data thats supposed to be on many pages say 2 on one page but if i use the standard format its printing on different pages which is what i want it to do but then it does not suite the dimensions that i want. is there anything that needs to be done after copying

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 06:37 AM

    Hello,

    Are u copying the standard form to Z form and changing, if it this u can change the dimensions.But make sure the required text elements are there.

    Let me know if I am not clear.

    Regards

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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 08:51 AM

    Hi Willard,

    After you create the new page size say ZDINA4 you also need to add the page to a format type and this format type you created to the device type used by the printer(s) you will be printing this form on. I have found many strange problems when I did not add my new page size to the device.

    Hope this helps

    Regards,

    MG

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    • Hi Willard,

      I think you also need to reactivate the device that you added the new format to by going to Output Device and under Edit click reactivate. Also the changes is client specific and need to be transported to other clients if you have more than one client on your dev box.

      Regards

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