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cheque print alligment problem

hi,

i have customized for the cheque printing form, and i have tested in several computers and it works totally fine. and everything move to PRD, and has been used for several weeks.

however, now problem come, that one computer, while print on the cheque, the alligment all gone off. but still, it is totally fine for other computer while printing.

i have check on the user profile as well, and the setting is ok. so what is the problem here? what cause the allignment to run off?

please help.

thanks

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 10:23 AM

    hi,

    It seems that some problems in that printer in which u r going to print . Please adjust your printer as per other printer's setup. No change required for programme.

    pls try this .

    bbye

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 10:19 AM

    Maybe the printer setting on that computer?

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    • If you printing your check on the network printer which is default frontend printer than the frontend printer driver must match with the SAP logical destination.

      This happens also when you generte a Spool because to generate a spool you need to provide the SAP logical printer and its settings.

      Check for that computer, you might find this problem.

      Regards,

      Naimesh Patel

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