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Landscape Printing on Zebra QL320

Landscape Printing on Zebra QL320

Landscape Printing on Zebra QL320

Could anyone point me in the right direction to find documentation on how to print in landscape on a Zebra QL320 printer?  I've looked all over their website and looked through the relevant manuals and I can't find it.

Thanks in advance

RE: Landscape Printing on Zebra QL320

Assuming you are programming in CPCL, look at the ROTATE command for text and BARCODE/VBARCODE commands for barcodes. There doesn't appear to be an orientation command as such.

If you are talking about a particular application, then it would be dependent on the software.

Jim Asman

RE: Landscape Printing on Zebra QL320

Thanks for the reply.  I'm actually using the ZPL language.  Apologies for not including that in my initial post.  I'm printing to a QL320 printer via a serial connection on a Pocket PC device running .NET Compact Framework application.

RE: Landscape Printing on Zebra QL320

But, but...

As far as I know the QL printers speak CPCL...

Do they also have a ZPL interpreter?

In any case, part of the ZPL font/barcde commands
includes a rotation field.

Jim Asman

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