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problem in sap script printing

Hi friends,

I have created a sap script of pre print stationary , The size of the page is 255 mm X 245 mm and also has made the page format and i have define it in device type , my printer type is epson and defined the printer initilization component ,

When I print first page print perfectly and the second page start from the last line of the first page , means page is not skiping to second page automaticaly . code in printer initilization as below

  1. reset

\e\0x40

  1. designate codepage IBM 850 for slot 0

\e\0x28\0x74\0x03\0x00\0x00\0x03\0x00

  1. select codepage from slot 0

\e\0x74\0x00

  1. set line spacing 6 LPI

\e\0x32

  1. set page length to

\e\0x43\0x39

  1. cancel bottom margin

\e\0x4F

  1. set left margin to 0

\e\0x6C\0x00

  1. select LQ quality

\e\0x78\0x01

  1. select non-proportional spacing

\e\0x70\0x00

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Regards

Devendra Varshney

Edited by: Thomas Zloch on Oct 21, 2010 12:55 PM

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  • Posted on Oct 21, 2010 at 07:59 PM

    I normally happens when the size of the window is large and to you it seems second page data is prinitng on end of first page...Make sure window size is not the problem.

    Nabheet

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    • Former Member

      THanks Nabheet ,

      I have define the line no in page with converting in hexadecimals. for example I wanted 60 lines in a page so I have convert it in hexadecimal value 3C and put this value in printer initilization in device type.

      Thanks agin.

      Regards

      Devendra Varshney

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