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Raw data printed, no formatting

I downloaded and installed the Monarch 9855 drivers from Nicelabel on Windows XP desktop. I configured a TCP/IP port based on the printer's IP address. I then created in Notepad the format and data file which I sent to the printer. The label got printed with the raw data, no formatting. No errors on the printer. Is there some config missing ? Thanks

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If you create the data file in notepad, you're doing one step too many.

If I print the word HELLO in Notepad or Word, and then send it through the ncielabel drivers, you should get a label with the word Hello.

If I create the datastream with the printer's native language, you'll get all of the raw data because the driver is trying to print exactly what is on your notepad or Word page.

If you want to send raw data to the printer, you do not need to use a driver. Send the data to the IP Address or the Com port in question.

Avery Dennison, the folks that own Monarch/Paxar, have a utility that will allow you to send your notepad file either tcp/ip or through a com port. Go to: http://www.monarch.averydennison.com/support/servdocuments/Software/Toolbox/TBX1D.exe

If you're unable to figure out how to use the Help section to help you send the file through tcp, call 1-800-543-6650, option 7 for their tech support. This number and option is valid as of June, 2010.

Posted on Jun 25, 2010

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