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Printing a barcode at the top of a sapscript

I'm looking to print a barcode about 3mm from the top of a label but depsite giving the page window an upper margin of zero, the barcode is printed about 8mm down the page. I've tried different page settings and different barcode types and can't seem to get around this. Can anyone help?

The barcode I am using is a C39 with a width of 6mm. I'm setting the page window to a similar width. The label is 70mm by 32mm. I'm currently just using DIN4 as the page type.


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  • Posted on Jan 14, 2005 at 01:27 PM

    It also depends on your printer's ability.

    Most of the printers cannot print with zero margin.


    If it helps please give points.

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      Hi Phil,

      Points can only be rewarded within threads that are marked as a question. Next time you start a thread, look for the box under the message field where you can indicate that the message is a question.

      I edited your original post for you to check that box. Then, I awarded some points on your behalf, but feel free to increase them now that you should be seeing stars!

      See: /people/mark.finnern/blog/2004/08/10/spread-the-love for more information.


      Linda (and Mark Finnern)

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