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If sending to the local printer is a must, then I think it might be easier displaying the report in PDF in the browser and
select whichever printer you like.
If thats not an option then you might have to look into putting all the printers into the network and maintain a table
for all the printers. Then in the param-form whenever a user selects destination Printer then pop-up a LOV with all the available printers.
Many thanks for your reply.
Your second option ("putting all the printers into the network ") doesn't seem to be feasible given the wide user base across many offices. Also, there is no parameter form in the existing 6i version of "Address" report. So this option is ruled out.
Regarding your first option ("displaying the report in PDF "), I did try that way. But the problem is that it opened the report in PDF in A4 size whereas the size of our label is roughly 2 inch x 4 inch. So when I printed it onto the label, it printed the address in a very small letters, which we can't read.
Seems like you will have to play around with the size of the repeating frame and
formatting to adjust it to the size of the label.
Are you using individual labels or the generic 30 sticky labels per sheet?
Yeah, I might have to play around to set the page size of the label.
We are using roll of individual labels.
The labels on the printers plays a important role. With the help of this one can get to know the brand of the printer.