If your receipt already has your company name pre-printed, then
you would want to choose N to the question Print your store name
on the Half-Page receipt?
If your receipt is not as wide as 8«" you would want to adjust
either or both of the FONT or the WIDTH REDUCTION. If you choose
17 pitch font then the printing will be more compressed so it
will take less space across the page. If you put a positive
number in the WIDTH REDUCTION, the program will 'squish' the
receipt horizontally. the Width Reduction can be increased to
about 35 before the formatting starts to look a bit too strange.
If your receipt paper is 11" tall you would want to change the
length to 11. Since this size of receipt is quite tall, you would
probably want to adjust some other parameters to space the
receipt out better. First you would want to enter a positive
number for the prompt Enter the length reduction: This will
prevent the sales summary and message printing right at the very
bottom of the page. E.g. putting a number of 2 would add gap of 2
lines at the bottom of the receipt under the sales message.
Also if your receipt paper is 11" tall and it does NOT have your
company name pre-printed (i.e. you are using plain paper), you
might want to make the company name print not quite at the very
top of the page, you might want a margin of a few lines to space
things out. To do thins you can enter a number such as 2 or 3
next to the prompt If yes, what line should the store name print
on? You could further space things out by entering a number such
as 2 or 3 next to the prompt Enter the number of blank lines
before the customer name:
If you are using paper that is 8«" wide, you might want to enter
a number for the OVERALL LEFT MARGIN. Recording a number such as
from 2 to 5 will make the receipt not print right at the left
edge of the paper.
Note that if you put a number for the left margin, you will
almost certainly have to put a number for the WIDTH REDUCTION.
This is because the laser printer can not use the full width of
the paper and because the Jewelry Shopkeeper prints a border all
the way around the edge.