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Sapscript print all pages duplex

Hi Experts,

I have scenarios where i need to print an invoice. On the each page of the invoice , at the back side i need to print the terms and condition. In the script i have following 3 pages with the next page.

Page Next Page



FIRST ( Print mode = 'D' ) - > TERMS

NEXT ( Print Mode = 'D' ) -> TERMS

TERMS ( Print Mode = ' ' ) -> NEXT

Problem here is After Printing the TERMS page , an MAIN WIDOW EMPTY next page is getting printed. The MAIN WINDOW contents all line items are printed in the FIRST page itself. How do i avoid this empty next page ? Is there any other way to print some content on the back of every page ? Please help me in solving this issue.

Thanks in advance



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  • Posted on Sep 09, 2011 at 04:14 AM


    Try this

    FIRST ( Print mode = 'D' ) - > TERMS

    TERMS ( Print Mode = ' ' ) -> FIRST

    In my view, you no need to use the twopages,after printing first page go to terms page

    sameway after printing terms page go to first page itself.



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      Use condition to go to FIRST page on TERMS page only when any line item is left to be printed. I this case, if no line item is left to be printed, it won't go to FIRST page and blank page would not get printed.



  • Posted on Sep 09, 2011 at 08:04 AM


    Create a copy of page TERMS called e.g. TERMS2 which has a small MAIN window. At the end of the MAIN window create a command with a fixed page break to this page TERMS2.



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