Not sure if this applies: If what you see as the last printed QSO is at
the bottom of a page, it could be the classic "DOS" problem where the
final page is left "in the printer". You need to do a form feed at the
printer to "eject" the last page.
On Monday, July 12, 1999 11:54 AM, Tom Horton
> I have had this problem for a while, but have worked around it other
> Just wonder if anyone else is seeing it?
> After the contest, I write the log to disk and then go back to NA and
> the contest back up and tell it to print the logs. It prints all the
> reports and
> and then goes into printing the logs...but it never prints all of
> to stop somewhere on the last page. Usually about 10 QSO's from the
> In other words...600 QSO's ...589 printed and then it started on 590
> after printing tjhe QSO number and the date.
> Ideas? Suggestions???
> I disabled the call database before I wrote to disk.
> Thanks, 73,
> Tom K5IID
> Tom Horton
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