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Cannot Print Correctly on Sato CL 408e Printer

Hello, I have a Sato CL 408e Printer running on (Windows XP , SP3) connected via a Parallel Port with the latest driver installed. I need to print in Landscape Format but it changes to Portrait Format and even with Manual Changes it does not print the way I want it to Print.  Some help will be much appreciated as how I can fix this problem. 
Regards, Karan

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  • karanbheda Feb 25, 2009

    Hello People ... I managed to solve the problem .... Thank You !!!

  • Dave Busselle May 11, 2010

    what software are you driving with?

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I recommend that you use the drivers from www.seagullscientific.com, they have the best drivers and let you adjust all the printer settings.
Roberto Martinez

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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