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SAPSCRIPT:Change in the format while using the local printers!!!

Former Member
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Hi,

we have a script problem. In which the different formats are taken place while taking the print outputs.

For ex: if i am using the Local Printer, i am getting the output in two different lines, where as if i use the network printer, i am getting the output in the same line.

I would like to know where exactly this problem lies? is there any format settings for local printer and network printer? Kindly let me know if you need any more information.

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Former Member
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Hi

It is the problem with printer confiuration, Properties and settings .

All the prints won't support the correct printing

So go to SPAD tcode take the settings of the correct printer and try to use the same settings for the other printer, take the help of a basis guy in this regard.

Reward points if useful

Regards

Anji

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Former Member
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67

Hi

It is the problem with printer confiuration, Properties and settings .

All the prints won't support the correct printing

So go to SPAD tcode take the settings of the correct printer and try to use the same settings for the other printer, take the help of a basis guy in this regard.

Reward points if useful

Regards

Anji

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Hi,

Thanks for the information.

so this is not the problem with the program and form, am i rite?? the problem involved in this is related to printer settings.

am i rite??

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Hi

check the Output in different printers.

If it is coming right on one printer and not coming properly in other printers means

it is 100 percent printer problem.

Reward points if useful

Regards

Anji

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Hi Anji,

yes we have tried the same output in different printers. but it was different in both printers.

Thanks,

Ramesh.