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Printing Lay Out Problems

Printing Lay Out Problems

Printing Lay Out Problems

(OP)
thread422-498534: Printing problems

Hi Mates!

We have changed our server to a new one.

Everything went fine but we are facing some problems with the the printings.

The lay out of many reportings are shown on PDF with the configuration correctly when when we just view it on the JDE. But when we send it to the printer from JDE the report is printed with wrong configuration.

Is there any set up or something else we could do to solve this problem?

I think it might be something related to the "font" but don´t know where to look anymore.

Thanks,
Gilmar  

RE: Printing Lay Out Problems

You might want to post this at JDELIST.com. There are very few JDE people on this site..

RE: Printing Lay Out Problems

(OP)
Ok dude,

That´s what I´m going to do.

Thanks!

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