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Skip pages when printing using panasonic KX-P1121

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I hope someone can help me... Im working with VFP7 and I have to print a payslip whose size is 9.5cm X 5.5cm using Panasonic KX-P1121 printer from the server.

My problem is print from the client pc by default to the server printer, the 1st page can print out correctly but it skip for 2 pages (9.5cmx5.5cm) then print out the 2nd page.

Any solution on it ?
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by:Ariful Ambia
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Hi

There is a setting in your printer setup for giving any kind of break/ Indication between to pages. Go to your printer setup and find it out. I don’t know exactly where it is in your printer set up.

Enjoy

Noman
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now i realize that my major problem occur is i already design a size of 9.5x5.5 reports, and i throw it to the server. I'm trying to print from client site by default the server printer and server paper size, but when i go to that report, it automatically become letter size instead of 9.5x5.5 size. Is it anyway to print the report in the client site by default the page size same as server page size (9.5x5.5)?
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Ariful Ambia earned 500 total points
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HI

I don't get your point. What ever it is, the think is what ever the printer default page size in Print server (server/PC connected direct with ur printer) does not change your documents page size or anything.

Noman
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