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Error 291 when printing from MAS 90

Error 291 when printing from MAS 90

Error 291 when printing from MAS 90

(OP)
When trying to print anything in MAS 90, we get an error:

"Error 291 in program SYREPT at line 4050."

This is most noticable when printing purchase orders, but has been seen with other sections of the software as well.

Any idea what this means or why it won't print? And more importantly, any idea how to fix it? We've already stumped tech support with this one and have reinstalled the software once with no luck.

Thanks. Any help is much appreciated.  

RE: Error 291 when printing from MAS 90

First, you should be posting on the Sage Community. See the link in Dawn's post. It is a way better resource of information of all things MAS.

Second, error 291 usually happens when a file is set to Read Only. You normally find this when MAS is copied. I would check all the files indicated for Read Only settings

RE: Error 291 when printing from MAS 90

(OP)
In answer to your question, it is only happening on this one workstation. Other stations are able to print with no issue.

My apologies. I will post in the Sage thread.

Thank you for your time.

 

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