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Re: Tally T2240/24 Printing Problem
When you changed the ribbon, it is more than likely that the print head is out off position and the printer needs to find its home position again.
To get the printer to find its home position again power the printer OFF and back on again, the printer will then check the position of the print head and set the 'home possition'
You can set the left margin on the printer by simply moving the paper in the printer by unlocking the tractors and sliding them in the required direction.
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Press START - Printers and faxes - right click Tally Line Matrix T6050 Printer - select Printing Preferences - find menu Paper size, select paper with size 15"x12". If not found, select used define or customize - insert paper size (width and height) - OK.
Set paper size on Microsoft office word 2007 - select Page Layout - Margins - Custom Margins - select tab Paper - on Paper size, select Custom size - insert height and width paper (15"x12") - OK.
Hi, The default paper selection/ size in MS Word is 'letter'. you may have designed the document on letter size and while printing you have A4 size paper in the printer. So, Make sure that you design the document on the same paper size (such as A4, which is commonly used). Secondly, while printing don't print the document directly. From the Print dialogue option choose the exact paper size and un-check (de-select) any option of paper resizing (if available). You will have the documents printed exactly as designed.
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This is a ribbon problem, it needs to be changed. The fact that the lines "slide" to the left prove that the carrier is not going back to its original position every time.
So, the solution is to change the ribbon.
The problem is related with the Papersize in Windows and PaperSize in Tally. Usually your selected PaperSize in Tally and the LeftMargin. Just adjust both (by pressing F12 function key, just before printing). Please try the following steps, in sequence: 1. Select the printer, just before starting the printing. 2. Select the desired PAPER SIZE and return to Tally. 3. In Tally, press F12 function key and select the desired width and height of the paper, and also the Left Margin.
If your still having problems? 1st make sure the gap is not to tight(cause the to ribbon to drag up with paper). 2nd While printing in test mode, carefully lift up or push down on the ribbon where it comes out or where it goes back in the catridge. After doing the 2nd you should see the exact same thing as will stop printing on right and left edges. Remove the ribbon, their are 2 philip screw on the left and right side of the ribbon deck, loosen them(they will not come all the way out, held on by clips) lift the rbbon deck up and reseat it... tighten the screws back down. last you may have some bad ribbons...
It sounds like there is 12 inch form length (or may be A4) selected on the computer system. The data from the system will take precidence over the 11 form length set on the printer.
If using Windows, ensure the Printing Preferences in the pritner driver are set to 11 form, Also check Printer Properties for a paper size ensure this is set to 11 inch
On the 'System' check the paper size selected within the application (if available) Check this is set to 11 inch form length
Check document margins to ensure these are not reducing the 'printable area' on the page. If availabe to a Print Preview on system to see what the document looks like.
If your application outputs raw data to the printer, check the number of lines per page assming printing at 6 lines per inch you can fit 66 lines on an 11 form. Check no more than 66 lines are per page, it sounds like 72 might be being sent befor a Form Feed in the data. (there may be a 1 line top margin set on the printer)
Finaly check the top margin setting on the printer to ensure it is set to 0 so you have the full 66 lines available on a page on the printer I think you would be looking to set the FORM ADJUST to 0 to adjust the top margin