Question about Paxar Monarch 9850 Thermal Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The short answer is that the printer automatically saves settings once you either exit the menu on the printer or after you have sent the changes through a datastream directly to the printer through a driver, 3rd party application, Monarch utility, etc.
If you're talking about the formats and batches that you send to the printer, and so that they stay in the printer, you can keep a format (layout and design of your label) to the printer by Changing a portion of the format header.
It should look like this if it is going to RAM
To change it to Flash
The R is ram, the F is flash.
Now you can send just your batch data, which is the dynamic data that typically changes on a label (name, address, part number, etc.)
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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