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John asked on 24 Jul 2010, 01:37 AM
Our application print check and we need to insert the MICR font at the bottom of the check.  The MICR commands are printed on the draft just like regular text, instead of being interpreted by the printer as MICR commands.

Example: the escape sequence for the font is "<esc>(0Q<esc>A123456789A"

The printer is unable to convert the sequence. When we print, the above chars just print out like text

Can anybody help with any suggestions ?

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answered on 27 Jul 2010, 12:18 PM
Hi John,

Genuine printer Micr fonts are generally not supported by 3rd party software which does not deal with Magnetic ink character recognition and Telerik Reporting is no exception. If your goal is only to display data with such font, you can do so by downloading Windows supported Micr font (i.e. installed and recognized by the OS).

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Steve
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