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While printing in BarTender Ultra Lite there is PRN file Error {XB00;0111,0016,A how to solve it

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How to print .prn file


You should have the proper software to send .prn to print.
try downloading from www.nicelabel.cl a Suite version of the software. It's a 3 step setup.

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I have designed a software to print visitor badges on spot for conferences but i am unable to send the print command to my Brother QL-570 Label printer ..I am not able to generate a .prn file .. please...


Welcome to FixYa.

To generate a PRN file, you need to have the printer driver installed in your computer. You should be able to see the PRN option (in some cases, it is termed as 'save to file') in the printer dialog box.
In your own software, you have to use the printers driver as well to produce a PRN file as well.

Since you are also unable to send the print command to your printer, it seems that your printer driver is not present or might have been corrupted.

Download and install the driver for your printer from >>HERE

Thank you for using FixYa, have a great day.

Jas247

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HOW CAN I PRINT FOLDER CONTENTS SIMILLAR TO THE DOS CAOMMAND TREE > PRN


Go to start button. In the start menu click RUN and in the box that opens type "cmd"
In the CLI go to the directory of the folder whose content you want to print and type the following and press enter to create list.txt file first before printing.

dir /b /s /on >list.txt

This will give you a text file (list.txt) in the folder, that you
can manipulate, print etc. in a text editor or
word processor. In order to redirect the output
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dir /b /s /on >prn

Aug 25, 2010 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Zebra 105SE printer will print text and images just fine, but will not print bar codes from any software including Bartender or TechnoRiverStudio. If i export the label as an image I can print it just...


Bartender is a pretty good label software package - strange that you're having problems with a barcode. Are you by any chance trying to print a 2D barcode such as Datamatrix ? If that's true, then the problem is that the datamatrix barcode is not a resident barcode in the firmware version of that printer which is an older model. There should be a choice in bartender, in the properties of the barcode field that allows you to send the barcode as an image or graphic. The barcode will then print.

If you're trying to print a linear barcode (C39 or C128 or UPC for example) and it they won't print with the steps you have taken, then something is definetly wrong. Another option would be to take your label format and print-to-file instead of print-to-printer. There should be an option on the print screen for this. By then opening the file, the ZPL (Zebra's programming language) can then be examined to see exactly what is being sent to the printer.

Hope this helps !

Apr 17, 2010 | Zebra 105Se Thermal Printer

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I HAVETHE PRINTER SET ON LETTER SIZE BUT WHEN I GO TO PRINT THE PRINTER DEFAULTS ( "LEGAL TRAY EMPTY."


More than likely, the print data coming at the printer contains either a PJL Command for legal size paper or a Printer Control Code for legal.

Check the page setup on the application to make sure it is set correctly.

You can also do a "print to file" off of the printer properties page. Name the file something simple like "Legal Error" Windows will assign a ".prn" file extension to the name.

Then send the fie to me at don.farr@hotmail.com. I can verify the error is in the data file and if necessary correct it for you.

Don

Feb 06, 2010 | HP LaserJet 4 plus Printer

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Printing one line on every other page


I really would need to see a print file to know what is going on.

Set the printer driver to "Print to File", when prompted, name the file "line". The driver will append a .prn to the name.

The resulting file: "line.prn" can then be analysed using any Hex Editor if it is a PCL file or A Postscript error analyser if the job is in Postscript.

Also, fyi - I do not believe you have a simple margin error. But just to make sure, under page setup, make sure that you have the correct page size selected in the driver and the same on the printer.

Don

Jun 25, 2009 | HP LaserJet 4350TN Printer

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Missing lines on PDF from a large TurboCad file


Will TurboCAD allow you to export to a .pdf instead of printing to a .pdf? Have you tried printing to a file (.prn) before turning the file to a .pdf? To print to a file, click Print Setup, there should be a box to check to Print To File. Make sure you check that box. Then you should be asked to pick a file format which should be .prn if you are using windows. After you create the .prn file, then open Acrobat and convert the .prn to a .pdf. I hope this helps you with your problem. Printing can be a pain with CAD programs.

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Error-Code 116-330


Your hard drive is showing failure sound about right to me

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Prints BLANK after dropping prn.


Check the corona wire in the drum area . there is some thin wire check the continuty an clean it.

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