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Printing Multi-part Reports

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Hi

I am looking into Oki ML 590 and ML 591 printers to see if any of these will
work with multi-part (multiple copies) continuous stationery for printing
invoices from access. Has anyone had any experience of these printers or can
recommend another one for printing on multi-part continuous stationery from
access?

Thanks

Regards
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Hi John,

Yup, OKI 320 or 590's are a good choice...

We have a 320 that we use for 3-part invoices, and a 590 that prints
single-sheet reports our at our NAPA Auto Parts Store. They were both brand
new in about 1999... and still going strong!

Ribbons are readily available ... even in Olds, Alberta Canada (postal code
"E-I-E-I-O") <grin>

Our invoicing is done on a Solaris system, so I'd make sure that there is a
Windows device driver available.
I just checked, and yes there is:
http://my.okidata.com/pp-ML320.nsf/o...u?OpenFrameSet
so I can't see why you'd have any problems at all.

HTH,
Don
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Hi

I am looking into Oki ML 590 and ML 591 printers to see if any of these will work with multi-part (multiple copies) continuous stationery for printing
invoices from access. Has anyone had any experience of these printers or can recommend another one for printing on multi-part continuous stationery from access?

Thanks

Regards

Nov 13 '05 #2

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