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Labels printing in reverse order

I have 2 identical label printers. They have been working fine until a couple of days ago. There are 3 lables that print for pharmacy..... on one printer, they print in order (ie: label 1, label 2, label 3) and on the other printer, they just started printing (label 3, label 2, label 1). All the data is correct, it's just the order of what is printing. Any suggestions?

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  • GeorgiaGirl Mar 06, 2008

    This was not a software problem with the application that we are printing from. I had already eliminated that before posting my issue.... what I had to narrow it down to was the print queue itself or the port on the term server that the label printer was connected to. I deleted the print queue and recreated it and it fixed the problem.

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2009

    I have the same issues with some Z4M printers. Even the config page comes out reversed...




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I work from home and use to do all my own label printing. I would have to admit that I was not really quite the big fan of these printers as my printer was so temperamental and my labels never came out the printer looking professional enough. Becoming fed up of the endless battles with the printer finally decided to look for another solution into getting my labels printed. I found a company called <a rel='nofollow' href="http://www.selfadhesivelabels.com/">Mercian Labels</a> who specialises in <a rel='nofollow' href="http://www.selfadhesivelabels.com/label-printing.html">label printing</a>, they now print all my labels for me at such a slow cost and are so efficient I would never go back to printing my own labels.

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It's not the printers, has to be the software.

Contact your vendor for support.

Steve

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

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