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Bar Code printing using smart forms

Hi

I have a question regarding bar code printing. When i give paper format as DINA4 it prints normal sticker and then 2 blank once. Then i created new paper format with the actual size i need (height 55mm and width 93mm). Now when i tried to print it doesnt even go to spool. what could be the problem? sticker size is less than paper size as well. When we create a paper format with transaction SPAD, what are the settings we have to give? I only gave height and width.

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Asa

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 08:49 AM

    Hi

    see this link you will get idea of what is barcodes and use

    http://www.sap-img.com/abap/questions-about-bar-code-printing-in-sap.htm

    Steps to implement bar code in the smart form:

    1. Create a Smart Style: Use the transaction code smart style. Give a suitable name .Choose Create.

    2. Create a Character Node: In change mode of the Smart Style select the Character Formats Node and choose Create. In the Character format field enter a two-character key. Click Continue.

    3. Select desired attributes of Bar Code: Select the desired attributes of the Bar Code on the tab Standard Settings.

    4. Choose Activate.

    5. Use the Smart style in the Smart form: Assign the character format to the field or character string in the smart form.

    6. Activate the smart form.

    7. Test the same.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/68/4a0d5b74110d44b1b88d9b6aa1315b/content.htm

    Reward if usefull

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