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Payment Program F110 is not creating spool

Hello experts,

We are very close to the go-live and facing a major issue with Automatic Payment Program F110. We asked the dev to design Z check form for F110. Our form works well with manual Run ( F-58), we can see spool as well as print but when we Run the F110 the same form does not create any spool nor print anything. Even though its create the check, done the posting but no spool no print. The error we are getting it is 'No printer fonts maintained for Message no. TD327' . IT people sets all the fonts but no luck.

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  • Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 05:03 PM


    take a look on this sap note.

    i hope it help you.


    Note 391852 - Message TD327 (No printer fonts maintained for &)



    The system displays error message TD327 (No printer fonts maintained for &) during the print although the device type of the printer has a base device type with printer fonts.

    Additional key words

    IW31, IW32, IW3D, IW21, IW22, IW23

    Cause and prerequisites

    The device type has not separate printer fonts but inherits them from the base device type.


    Implement the program correction as specified in the

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