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RE: Question on printing out of Browser



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Dale,

Which type of print again? I am confused. Host print or local?

Local issues may be due to what is set up as the default windows
printer. I don't think brower is very good at figuring out what is the
current printer being printed to and the default printer being printed
to.

Host print should be fine in any case if other reports are printing
normally since host print only prints green screen generated reports.

Regards

Konrad


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The printer is defined on the iSeries - in fact we print P.O.s and debit
memos on this (we use IBM's AFP, so it's an IPDS-capable printer).  That
stuff prints fine.

Dale Gindlesperger
IT Manager/Special Projects Leader
Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Inc.
Somerset, PA



 

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If you are using local print you will have no problems with the printer.
If you are using host print, the printer must be defined on the 400. And
the confuration will depend on the connection your using.

Josue

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Hi group,

I have an odd one, that I'm hoping someone may have encountered (Konrad,
I'm actually thinking you may have the answer).  I have Browser users
(XAR6.0, current builds), that get big black lines when they print
reports from Browser, like vendor/item lists and such to their HP
LaserJet 4050.

It isn't the printer, or Windows, because they print to their lasers
with no problems with Word, Excel, Lotus, print screens, etc.  I
actually thought that Browser used Windows printer drivers, but
apparently not.  Has anyone else encountered this, and if so, how was it
resolved?

Dale Gindlesperger
IT Manager/Special Projects Leader
Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Inc.
Somerset, PA


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