Posted on 2006-05-22
Last Modified: 2013-12-08
I am trying to print micr from sapscript (RFFOUS_C) check. I have defined the device type to HPLJMI, I have a HP Laserjet 4250N printer with the DIMM installed, but the micr still does not come through. The letter come out as letters rather than MICR fonts.

I am using MICR_E 10 pitch font as described in SAP. I have even installed MICR_E windows TTF font on my C drive. The printer is connected to my computer and is a local (non-network) printer.

Any help is greatly appreciated.


Question by:salild1
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    Try this link

    You may need to set up the printer in SAP SPAD transaction to use these features.
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