Receipt for CC transactions

What kind of receipt printer are you using, and what driver?
"Bill Cunningham" wrote in message news:
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It's a Dell T1200 with the POS driver from the vendor.
> What kind of receipt printer are you using, and what driver? > > > "Bill Cunningham" wrote in > message news:
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> > The standard receipt for a credit card transactions is printing in one > > piece. > > The clerk needs to tear it in half. How can I make the system print and > > tear two seperate receipts? > > >
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I've never heard of a Dell T1200, and couldn't find it online?
Was the driver the vendor supplied you with a Windows driver (can you see the printer listed under "Printers" in the Control Panel of the system?) or an OPOS driver (with a separate application that supports it)?
Is it a thermal receipt printer?
The tricky thing with receipt printers are there are several models that do not come with the auto-tear function. Those that do sometimes require you to activate it through the driver instead of doing it automatically. I've only had experience with the OPOS drivers on Epson & Star receipt printers, so I don't know if I'll be able to provide you with much more help than this.
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I'll check with Dell. Thanks,
> I've never heard of a Dell T1200, and couldn't find it online? > > Was the driver the vendor supplied you with a Windows driver (can you see > the printer listed under "Printers" in the Control Panel of the system?) or > an OPOS driver (with a separate application that supports it)? > > Is it a thermal receipt printer? > > The tricky thing with receipt printers are there are several models that do > not come with the auto-tear function. Those that do sometimes require you > to activate it through the driver instead of doing it automatically. I've > only had experience with the OPOS drivers on Epson & Star receipt printers, > so I don't know if I'll be able to provide you with much more help than > this. > > -- > Stephanie L. Mower > TnK Group, Inc. Technical Associate >
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> 148 Maple St. > Danvers, MA 01923 > (978) 774-0244 > > > "Bill Cunningham" wrote in > message news:
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> > It's a Dell T1200 with the POS driver from the vendor. > > > > > > > >> What kind of receipt printer are you using, and what driver? > >> > >> > >> "Bill Cunningham" wrote in > >> message news:
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> >> > The standard receipt for a credit card transactions is printing in one > >> > piece. > >> > The clerk needs to tear it in half. How can I make the system print > >> > and > >> > tear two seperate receipts? > >> > >> > >> > > >
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Bill,
It looks like you mean the Dell T200 printer.
To set the paper cut, go into Printers & Faxes | right click on the = printer | Properties | Device Settings tab | change Page Cut Type and = Document Cut Type both to Partial Cut.
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This looks like a winner, thanks.
Bill
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> > 148 Maple St. > > Danvers, MA 01923 > > (978) 774-0244 > > > > > > "Bill Cunningham" wrote in > > message news:
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> > > It's a Dell T1200 with the POS driver from the vendor. > > > > > > > > > > > >> What kind of receipt printer are you using, and what driver? > > >> > > >> > > >> "Bill Cunningham" wrote in > > >> message news:
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> > >> > The standard receipt for a credit card transactions is printing in one > > >> > piece. > > >> > The clerk needs to tear it in half. How can I make the system print > > >> > and > > >> > tear two seperate receipts? > > >> > > >> > > >> > > > > > >
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