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For printing the Legal Size in cannon LBP-1210, follow the instruction: Go to Start - Printers and Faxes - go to File menu - click Server properties - Create a new form (give name for ex : Khan Legal) then go to width : 8.50 inch. and Height : 14.00 inch - and then give specifications for LEFT - 0.20 RIGHT - 0.20 TOP - 0.20 BOTTOM - 0.20 - and then save form - go to Canon printer icon - set as default printer - go to properties - select forms - click Form 2 - change form - (Khan Legal) what ever you mentioned name - then apply - click OK - print a test page - Hope this works.Cheers.
Make sure continuous forms are in the printer.
Press Alt and then press Setup to enter Setup Mode.The
printer prints out the Main Menu.
To select a function, press the buttons listed on the printout.
To save the setting and leave Setup Mode, press Start/Stop
until out of the menu.
Your Okidat print emulates othe printers. Print out configuration and see what your printer is emulating and load the driver for that printer and all should work ok. Fought same problem for weeks, until I Loaded driver for printer it is emulating.
There is no easy way. You need to adjust starting position for every form. There is fine feed function and Top Of Form setting procedure, so you can adjust the minimum space between top of porm and first printed string (user's guide explains in details how to do it). But after that you need to decide whether you manually set the start position by rotating the knob or play with your application to adjust margins etc.
1. In XP classic view, Right-click on Start, Settings, Printers & Faxes 2. In the Printers & Faxes window, click on File, Server Properties 3. With the Forms tab selected, check the Create a New Form box 4. Enter a name for the new form in the Form name: field 5. Enter values for the paper size and margins 6. Click the Save Form button
That's it - the new custom paper size should now appear in your print dialogs. hth.
see just go start setting and printer in printer right click go to server properties in that you will get option of creating form choose new form and give the sige of voucher so whenever you printing voucher select this paper size.