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Printing to zebra s600

Printing to zebra s600

Printing to zebra s600

(OP)
I created a label code in text file
and when I tried the following
selected print from the file menu
selected zebra printer from the list of printers.
this printer is set to port com2

the print is going onto print que but not printing to the printer after couple of seconds its clearing the print que

does any one has any idea whats the problem

Uday

RE: Printing to zebra s600

before priting using a text file
Does the printer, print using the software that came with it. Just create a sample label and try it first.

DougP, MCP, A+

RE: Printing to zebra s600

Can you print to screen? If its print to screen do you see the label code exactly how you wrote it?

RE: Printing to zebra s600

STEP 1: Go to the offending printer, select properties, look for Print Test Page.
If this works oyu will print a Win XXX test page.

STEP 2: Open a command window and use the copy command to print directly to the printer. Not too sure if this line is exactly correct ,play with it a little

Copy C:/MyLabel.txt lpt:2

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