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HI ABAPERS

WHAT ARE PRINTING MODES IN SAP SCRIPTS.CAN ANY BODY EXPLAIN THEM BRIEFLY.

CAN ANY BODY EXPLAIN THE NEED OF TUMBLE DUPLEX MODE IN REAL TIME.

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    Posted on Apr 18, 2007 at 11:55 AM

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_40b/helpdata/es/d9/4a95f051ea11d189570000e829fbbd/content.htm

    Config your Printer

    Go to SPAD ,

    take output devices .

    Choose your output device ,

    double click

    take the output attributes.

    Give the print mode as Duplex.

    Your printer also should be set for the duplex mode

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    Posted on Apr 18, 2007 at 12:00 PM

    HI,

    The Printing modes are

    1) DEFAULT --> Printer Default settings

    2) SIMPLEX --> Printing in One side

    3) DUPLEX --> Printing Both sides

    4) TUMBLE DUPLEX --> Printing both side reversed

    Regards

    Sudheer

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2007 at 04:57 AM

    Hi Jai,

    Default- no change in printing mode

    T-Begin new page in TUMBLE DUPLEX mode(double sided)

    S-Begin new page in SIMPLEX mode(single sided)

    D-Begin new page in DUPLEX mode(double sided)

    Regards,

    Richa

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2007 at 10:24 AM

    Hi Jai,

    When u want that print the scripts by default it is Simple mode.

    If u want to chage the modes we have to go for the page properties there print mode in that we have the three option.

    Based on the requirement u can select the modea:

    S,T,D.

    Regards,

    P.Naganjana Reddy

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2007 at 11:25 AM

    Hi Jai

    <b>Print mode</b>

    With Print mode, you can specify single- or double-sided printing for a page. You can choose from the following values:

    <b>' ' </b>Currently active printing mode continues unchanged.

    <b>S</b> The page is printed in simplex mode. That is, the printer should print on only one side of the paper. If another mode was previously active, then the printer is switched to simplex mode with the start of the page.

    <b>D</b> The page is printed on the first side of a sheet in duplex mode. If another mode was previously active, then the printer is switched to duplex mode with the start of the pageand continues in this mode.

    <b>T </b>The page is printed on the first side of a sheet in tumble duplex mode. That is, the printer prints on both sides. The page on the second side is always inverted, so that the footer of the second page is printed opposite the header of the first page.

    If another mode was previously active, then the printer is switched to tumble duplex mode with the start of the page and continues printing in this mode.

    Print modes are currently supported for printers that use the PCL-5 language. These are printers that are defined with the following SAP device types: HPLJ_II, HPLJIIID, HPLJ4, LX4039, SNI20XX8.

    See the spool system (transaction SPAD) to check on how your printers are defined.

    The print controls for these functions are SPMSI (begin simplex printing); SPMDU (begin duplex printing); SPMTU (begin tumble duplex printing); SPMFS (print on first side of sheet in duplex or tumble duplex mode); and SPMBS (print on second side of sheet in duplex or tumble duplex mode).

    Regards Rk

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