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QuickBooks will not print multiple copies of a form

After you choose to print multiple copies of a transaction (either through preferences or printer setup), QuickBooks prints only a single copy of the transaction.
 
This might also happen if you have begun using a new printer.

 

Why this is happening

Some printers and/or printer drivers accept a setting for multiple copies, but do not actually print multiple copies.

For this reason, the QuickBooks WPR.INI file contains the Copy Fibs section. If a printer is listed here, the program will print extra copies rather than leaving it to the printer driver.

How to fix it

Solution: Add the printer to the [Copy Fibs] section of the WPR.INI file

Note: The printer name must be identical to the name in the Windows Printers and Faxes window.

  1. Copy your printer name:
    1. Click the Windows Start button and choose Settings, if necessary.
    2. Select Printers and Faxes.
    3. Right-click the printer, choose Properties, and press Ctrl+C to copy the name of the printer.
       
  2. Locate your WPR.INI file:
    1. Windows XP: c:\ Documents & Settings \ All Users \ Application Data \Intuit \ QuickBooks XX.
    2. Windows Vista/7/8 c:\ ProgramData \ Intuit \ QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions XX.
    3. Where XX is the Quickbooks version and the spaces are added for convenience only.
       
  3. Rename the folder WPR.INI.OLD so that you have a backup.
     
  4. Edit your WPR.INI file:
    1. Open the WPR.INI file.
    2. Locate the [Copy Fibs] section.
    3. Click at the end of the last printer name on this list and press Enter.
    4. Right-click on the next blank line and choose Paste.
    5. Add the characters '=T' to the printer name. You'll see this same setup for the other printers listed.
    6. Choose File > Exit.
    7. Click Yes to save your changes.

 

If this solution does not resolve the issue, you can read discussions and post messages and questions relating to your issue on the Intuit QuickBooks Community site. You can also review other available QuickBooks support options for additional guidance.

KB ID# SLN43730
10/31/2014 11:30:26 AM
PPRDQSSWS404 9102 Pro 2013 051190