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Check Printing - Dot Matrix Printer -EPSON Printer

Hi,

We are trying to print 4 checks per page in dot matrix printer(Fx-2190),while it is printing one check per page,instead of 4 checks.The second check is printing on 2 page.

Transaction : F110

Issue : Check printing is not continuous.

Current Setting ;

1 .SAP Script standand form has been copied and modifiled to custom Check Format for brazil.

2. The page format is the size of check.

3. For EPSON FX-2190 Dot matrix printer we are using device type EPESC9 with character set 1141.

4.We have maintained code in the print intialization for device type and format.

Kindly let us know if any one has come across similar situation earlier.

Thx,

SreeHari

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2013 at 02:36 PM

    Hi...

    Did you get this issue with printing 4 checks using Dot Matrix printer solved? If yes, please share the solution as I have the same issue.

    Warm Regards,

    Jubish Jacob

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  • Posted on Dec 27, 2013 at 03:54 PM

    Hi

    See 153879 - EPSON printer model and SAP device types. But if I understand you, you want to print 4 checks (4 documents) in one form. Am I right? Because the Jubish's issue is related with continuous paper (I think...)

    Regards

    Eduardo

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    Posted on Dec 28, 2013 at 04:47 AM

    Sreehari,

    For this you have to do the coding in the Printer initialization section of your device type format.

    There you can write the code directly. I did for 4 times print out one after the another on A4 paper.

    Vivek

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