I recently replaced a computer in our office that has win 7 OS. Mas90 4.05 is running in XPMode on win 7...everything seems fine except the new machine has no LPT ports. Invoice printer is dot matrix operating with usb to lpt adapter. When printing invoices through sales order, the first one prints and the rest drop down and print doesn't align with preprinted form. Went to forms and the invoices are generated in crystal and I have no (zero) experience in munipulating them. I am pretty sure this is a form length problem but I do not know how to approach it via crystal reports. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
And your question is ...?
In the reports such PO and SO I have always been able to compensate for this by modifying the number of lines, in Crystal I am unsure of how to make this adjustment. When printing invoices the pages are off by as many as 4-6 lines per invoice. On the previous workstation the oki 320 turbo printed from LP (LPT1) and this was not an issue, on the new work station there is no LPT1, I am using a usb to LPT adapter. I guess my question is, is this a driver problem or can I make an adjustment to the crystal form to correct it.
Let me add that the first invoice prints fine, it is the invoices that follow that are the problem.
I'm not really following:
Are you printing from a DOT MATRIX printer using a crystal based report in MAS version 4.05 and the print is shifting up/down 4-6 lines?
Wow how embarassing!!!! After further discussion with our office manager, it appears that the problem is not a line shift at all. It sis more like the first invoice prints then she gets blank pages from that point on. I haveactual read the resolution for this in another forum, so I'll give that a shot and see how it shakes out. Sorry to waste your time. Thnx Tony
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