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SAP SCRIPT Duplex printing of pages

Hi All,

I have a unique requirement, I am working on FI check printing using sap script. I have the check design pretty much completed. My issue is with the sequence of the pages that needs to be printed. I have to print the first page which will have the check on the pre printed check material from the first tray and anything that is overflowing will be printed on a regular paper on tray 2. this is easy to achieve, but the last bit of this requirement is to print a last page which will have the company's logo and address and the receiver address and this page needs to be printed on the back of the check page, that is behind the first page. So the sequence will be first page (has to be duplex printing to print the last page with the address)  -> next page (only if overflow) ->  last page (print on the back of the check). So far I have tried to achieve this by changing the next page of each page, but nothings worked. I have the first page set for duplex printing and to print from tray1, next page to print from tray2 and last page to again print from tray1. Also changed the driver program to call the last page just before the close form, that didn't help too. That's the whole scenario, I have copied the standard check printing driver program RFFOUS_C. I would appreciate any sort of ideas to achieve this. Thank you!!

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Hi Alex,

I read the above again and i understand that he wants to print the address on the back of the cheque-paper.

If you are correct with your interpretation you need of course an other sequence, something like that:

PRINT-CONTROL duplex ON (you know the correct controls, so this is just the point in time)

ADDRESS and LOGO (default tray duplex ON)

NEW-PAGE

PRINT-CONTROL duplex OFF (now we should be on the back of the paper)

do the overflow things

NEW-PAGE

Preprinted Check-paper (TRY01)

~Florian

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