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Escape sequence for reverse feed

Does anyone know of a escape sequence in vba to reverse feed my jobsheet by at least 2 inch. My jobsheet at the moment is going too far after i print 1 out and i have to manually re-aline the sheet every time i print.
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  • mark hudson Dec 18, 2007

    looks like the manual ive been using, im very new to this and have tried some of these codes. I can only seem to get my command to work after a tear. ive been using the command

    Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Open "lpt1" For Output As #1

    Print #1, Chr(10);
    Print #1, Chr(27); Chr(106); Chr(180);

    Close #1
    End Sub

    tried changing the codes around but with no luck

  • mark hudson Dec 20, 2007

    pasha19,

    i managed to get this working without the codes,i changed the size setting in the menu on my printer and created a custon size page in my server properties. Just need to swap it over to the network now. Thank you for your comments and your help.

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Page 73 has two commands that may be of interest

Form Length

And

Line Feed, Execute, Reverse

Hope this helps

Posted on Dec 17, 2007

  • david Dec 18, 2007

    Did you consider using form length?

    Note working by lines and not inches is probably preferable because you have control to the line width and not the inch.

    If you are running 8 lines per inch on a default 11 inch form and form feed is taking you too far -- 88 lines. 9 inches is 72 lines. After opening the printer issue the form feed to alter the number of lines to 72. Adjust the number as necessary until it is right

    ESC C 72

    For 6 lines per inch or 66 lines on an 11 inch page. 9 inches would be 54 lines

    ESC C 54

    Then the page should not overshoot the mark and you need not back up

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