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GR Label

hi guys

i configured all for print out for Gr Label & GR note .

for Gr label i maintained data in mat master .

eventhough FORM is diff assigned to diff output types WE01,WEE1

am getting same print out format for both outtypes.

can u explain me the diff between Gr Label & GR note .

both are same or diff .if its diff y am not getting .

is there any other way for printing GR labels other than MB90

nani

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 28, 2007 at 02:57 PM

    hi gurs

    am big confusing from morning

    help me

    am using same

    Application obj MM07ET

    text ID 7001

    txt name MM07_ETIKETT

    Form RM07ETIKETT

    even i maintained cond record for WEE1 in Tcode MN21

    & even am giving Output typeWEE1 in Tcode MB90 for processing output &

    i maintaind label data in mat master

    its giving same output format of WE01.

    even FORM also diff for both Output types.

    can u guide me experts

    nani

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    • Former Member

      hi gurs

      am big confusing from morning

      help me

      am using same

      Application obj MM07ET

      text ID 7001

      txt name MM07_ETIKETT

      Form RM07ETIKETT

      even i maintained cond record for WEE1 in Tcode MN21

      & even am giving Output typeWEE1 in Tcode MB90 for processing output &

      i maintaind label data in mat master

      its giving same output format of WE01.

      even FORM also diff for both Output types.

      can u guide me experts

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