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This can happen if you have the wrong type of printer set as your default printer in Windows (e.g. a label printer, etc.). To fix the issue, close Cashbook, then do the following:-

  1. In Windows, go to “Settings”, “Devices”, “Printers and scanners”
  2. Uncheck the option labelled “Allow Windows to manage my default printer”
  3. Select your actual A4 printer, then click the “Manage” button
  4. Click the “Set as default” button

Next time you use Cashbook, you should now be able to print properly.