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problem in Continuous check printing from second page in F-58

Hi ,

I am using T code F-58 to trigger cheques. I have made a Z* of the standard script F110_PRENUM_CHCK as I just require the Payee name, date, amount in digits and amount in words to be printed on the cheque.I am using the continuous stationary for the cheque . I am using EPSONLQ1150II DOT Matrix printer.

The cheque dimensions are ; width:202 MM and Height 94 MM excluding the dots on either side.

I have created a z page format with the same dimensions ,

also created format type with same name and for device type SWIN - Windows printing via SAPlpd

z format is linked.

Also in local system , i defined z page dimensions in server properties

and selected printing preferences as this z page size .

Issue :

When i am trying to take print , check is printing properly in first page for spool 1 .

If again when trying to print 2nd spool , check is not printing properly in second page check.

It is printing 2mm down , for 3 rd page further printing downwards.

As this is pre printed stationary data is not lying correctly from 2 nd page onwards.

kindly give me any suggestions how to rectify this.

Thanks & regards,

Hari priya.

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    Apr 21, 2011 at 06:08 AM

    hi hari priya,

    Previously we too faced the problem. But didn't remember the exact solution where we resolved, because we went by trial and error method.

    Please check on the SPAD settings of the device type.

    I think EPSON need some commands to be put in.

    Thanks,

    Vamshi

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      Hi Hari,

      If you create custom page format with a windows device type like SWIN, there is no command sent to the printer to set the paper size. The default page format in windows for the printer is used. The following SAP note describes the steps to create a page

      format at windows level and assign as the default for the printer:

      163136 - Creating new paper size for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003

      So if you set up the paper size in windows as default for the printer, it is not necessary to add commands for the paper size in the printer initialization of the windows device type.

      Regards,

      Aidan