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i have tally printer model t6212 dot matrix i connect on it by network and my pc have windows 7 when i print on it it give me more space between lines and numbers is english i want to decrease the space between these lines and number appear as arabic
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please give me any data sheet for solve this peoblem if needed
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Duncan Meyers earned 500 total points
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You can find the manuals here: http://www.tallygenicom.com/products/productmanuals.aspx?id=5979.
First, print off the current configuration settings: To print the current printer configurations, follow these instructions.

Press the Menu key:
Press any Arrow key until display shows Config Menu.
Press the Enter key.
Press any Arrow key until display shows Printer.
Press the Enter key.
Press any Arrow key until display shows Report.
Press the Enter key.
Press any Arrow key until display shows All Configs.
Press the Enter key and the configurations will be printed.
Download the operations manual and go to page 3-2. This section shows you how to set printer defaults. The default  is six Lines Per Inch. You also need to check CR (Carriage Return) after LF  (Line Feed) and make sure that Windows is not sending a LF after a CR.

It doesn't look like the printer supports Arabic character sets natively - you could try printing them as graphics (drivers are here: http://www.tallygenicom.com/products/productdrivers.aspx?id=5979). The manual indicates that the printer supports IBM Proprinter, MTPL, Genicom4800, Genicom5000 and Epson FX-1180 emulations - all of which can print graphics. I'd recommend trying the Epson FX-1180 emulation.

FAQs are here: http://www.tallygenicom.com/faqs/default.aspx?id=6558&terms=t6212
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