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Paper error?

Paper error?

Paper error?

(OP)
Evvery time I print with the Zebra s600 it moves the text 0,5 CM up every page, so ones in a while it prints of the pageplease help its so anoying.
(does it matter whitch paper you have?)

RE: Paper error?

I'm not familiar with bar-code printers, but it sounds as if this one might be like a miniature version of the old mainframe style printers which use fan-fold (continuous) stationery; you have to tell the device the size of each page (distance between fanfolds or perforations).

So yes, 'which paper' probably matters; the paper must match the current page depth configuration.

How you set the page depth, I have no idea, I'm sorry. It might be via hardware switches, or (more likely these days) under software control.
 

RE: Paper error?

The probable culprit is the layout is too big for the size label you have. So you need to adjust the paper size in the design area of the label to make it smaller.

DougP, MCP, A+

RE: Paper error?

(OP)
Do you know whitch size of paper is suported and wich size isn't I can't find it on the net.

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