EPSON LQ-300 II

Hello Experts,
I am using the EPSON LQ-300 II to print vouchers via a web-program, the print settings had been configured to the size of 8.25*9.5 as the size of the papers (they are 3 papers, one for the customer and 2 stay at the office), when I try to print an invoice, it pulls more than one paper, so I'd to roll the paper back, how can I achieve a better solution?knowing that it was running in that way from 7 days ago. (I am running XP SP2)
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samiam41Commented:
Greetings.  I had two of these printers until a couple of months ago.  I can check how I had them configured tomorrow or Wednesday when I am back at the office.

What info are you looking for?  

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houssam_balloutAuthor Commented:
I just need to set the printer to print one page and stop, not to continue rolling out papers.
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samiam41Commented:
Understood.  I will be there tomorrow and should have something posted by late afternoon EST.
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houssam_balloutAuthor Commented:
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samiam41Commented:
I had to go back and revisit the adventures of configuring these things.  I remember why we switched to laser printers.  ; )

Our printers are Epson 2080 and 2090.

With that said, there is a tear-off option was not configured properly and the forms line was set to high.  I am working with the helpdesk guy that found the settings.  
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houssam_balloutAuthor Commented:
Ok,
Thanks a lot for your collaboration.
Waiting your feedback
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samiam41Commented:
Sorry again for the delay in responding.

I can't find the tech.  I did find the notes I kept on this and I am looking through a link I saved:

http://files.support.epson.com/pdf/lq300_/lq300_u1.pdf

I will post the steps to the fix shortly.  Essentially the problem is the page size settings on the printer aren't correct.  How to set them is the trick.
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samiam41Commented:
I am going to throw a few different ideas at you as I fought with this beast for some time and can't remember the exact "thing" that worked.  I just remember toying with it and then handing it off to the helpdesk to implement.  Here we go.

Make sure you set the paper starting point:

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houssam_balloutAuthor Commented:
yeah, I am searching how to set the page size
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samiam41Commented:
Here are the settings for your document.  The line count will be key!  Over 61 will cause the paper to roll a whole new page before starting again.
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samiam41Commented:
Since you will probably be printing on continous paper, you will need the tractor feed.  Pages 42-46 cover how to set the printer up with the tractor feed.  Not sure this was an issue for us.  I think the problem lied with setting up the page sizes.
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samiam41Commented:
page 56-62 discuss how to set the printer's page sizes.  not much help as it doesn't offer up line count but it could help if you can't get your program to set the page size.
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