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Landscape printing on t2340

Trying to print windows file in landscape form. The printer is printing from top of page down to bottom instead of from left side to right side

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Printers>properties>general tab>printing preferences change print mode to landscape from portrait..........

Posted on Jan 23, 2013

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    nickandmary Jan 24, 2013

    Thanks Mike but it is not printing in portrait mode. I have changed to landscape but that makes no difference. The print is actually rotated through ninety degrees, that's the weird part.

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When was the last time it was services? It may be nothing more than a dirty paper sensor. Also, some Tally printer sensors require adjusting, it may be a simple matter of adjusting a sensor setting. That would require a technician with the manual and settings chart. Let me know how it goes!

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dont use LF use FF to forward a form. if you use LF then set the topper form again.

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There are several reson behind the problem.

1. Check the driver settings & match it with the printer imulation.
2.Check the parallel cable.

If not solved connect the printer to a new pc.

some time computer's parallel port may damaged.

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SOURCE: Tally 6212 - Landscape Documents Printed Vertically

You do indeed have problem-- the printer is doing what you are telling it to do changing the print from Portrait to Landscape on a dot matrix printer has the same effect as that on a Laser printer, it rotates the print by 90 degrees.

The correct solution of to define a custom size of paper which is the same size as the paper you are printing on.
If you are using Windows 2000, XP, 2003 etc you can create a Custom Size paper in the following way;

  • Ensure you are logged in with administrtor rights
  • Open the Printers Folder
  • Go to the FILE DROP DOWN MENU
  • Select SERVER PROPERTIES
  • Ensure the FORMS tab is selected
  • Tick the CREATE FORM button
  • Enter a NAME for the form
  • Enter the dimensions (be careful of the units you are using --- best results use inches)
  • Do NOT set margins printable areas etc
  • Click on the SAVE button
One you have created the custom size form you should be able to select this by name in the printer driver properties and the software package you are using.

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