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    Printing in FMS

    So just installed a nice new printer for the Accounts Manager and when she wants to print a report from FMS she gets:

    Floating Point Overflow

    The printer is fine on other applications.

    Tried a reboot of the machine.

    Considering installing the printer locally instead of through the network.

    Any other ideas of what the hell this means?

    Thankies!

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    Had this when printing to an HP Colour Laserjet via the network, our SIMS team tried loads of things but eventually I had to install it locally.
    Have not had a problem since.

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    ahhh... it IS a HP Colour Laserjet...

    I shall install it locally then...

    stupid sims!

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    Just out of interest Jo is it connected via the network interface or is it shared from a PC's USB port?

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    It's because FMS is still 16bit and not a 32bit application. I have the exact same problem with a product called Testbase. As already mentioned, by creating a local port, printing should then work fine.

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    installed it locally now... need to wait for her to test it.

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    it was connected via ethernet and installed on the server... but usb-ed to now... just waiting

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