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Printing on Sato CL408E printer using MSAccess. Problem! Setup of printer disappears

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While using MSAccess to run printout on Sato CL408E the settings are forgotten on restart of program. I've heard that Sato have created a special driver for this, but haven't been able to lacate either this or other working drivers.

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This  is a link where you can find parts and drivers for this printer. Hope it helps.

http://www.satoprinter.com/
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