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Problem with PRINT CONTROLS

Hello everybody,

I have an urgent Problem with using PRINT CONTROLS in Sap Script. The Printer is an EPSON Matrix Printer. If I use a Print control like

/: PRINT-CONTROL 'SF209'

= ,,,,,,,,Rua Joana Foresto Storani, 500 CP 61

H1 ,,,,,,,,Bairro: Distritto Industrial

H1 ,,,,,,,,CEP: 13280-000 - VINHEDO - SP

only the first line is formatted. It seems that the Print control have no effect on the following lines ... I get crazy, because I don´t know what to do. If I write the printcontrol before the second line --> no effect at all.

Thank you for your help ;o)

Markus

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 12:57 PM

    hi dear ,

    in script when first time print control is encoutred by r/3 it convert text to vertically and when it encounter print control second time brings control to horizontally .so, i too not worked on print control .if second line not converted to secon line . place only one line between each pair of print control stmts.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 03:34 PM

    Sorry I don´t understand at all ... do I have to put two lines of print controls in the script that it works, like

    /: PRINT-CONTROL 'SF009'

    /: PRINT-CONTROL 'SF009'

    I tried this ... it didn´t work :o(

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