Question about Dell 3100cn Laser Printer
Ok, I know it's a little lame to still be using a Dos-Based program. But I'm using a Point of sale program at work that is dos-based, and as they sometimes say "If it ain't Broke don't fix it"... Anyway, When I print to THIS printer (Dell 3100cn), from this DOS-BASED program only, it prints an extra sheet of paper with the following ONE line of information on it: @PJL EOJ NAME="0357335335.. etc". I'm reasonably sure EOJ is end of job, but I would like it NOT to print this unessessary piece of information and quit wasting paper. Is there something I can do to shut this off?? (This line is not printed from ANY of our other printers)
I don't think the paper size has anything to do with the EOJ separator message. it's simply an end of job message issued by the Printer Job Language
Posted on Feb 06, 2013
Well..that EOJ line, is possibly farther down in the program settings, and is like a page break. the Dell is only doing what it's reading, so the answer is in the programming of the application. Perhaps you might query that company about how well that program interfaces with the Postscript quality printer you have?
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Posted on Feb 26, 2008
your printer paper size shorter than your PC dos-program print size setting, example: if use a letter size paper to print a A4 size file which should occur two paper go out..
so you need check your PC print setting or take a presetting paper size, make a size match between PC program and paper in printer .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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