I am trying to use a Star TSP600 receipt printer with Quickbooks online. I know that QB online is not really set up fot that, however, I almost had it. A new windows update has now taken away my ability to adjust the size of image on the printer side. Is there anyway to fix this?
WHY are thermal printers not supported by QBO? I am a route vendor, using the QBO iPad app, and I have to hand-write my invoices if my customer won't accept an emailed copy. A PC POS system is not practical for my situation. When I am asked what software I use, I tell them, "Quickbooks Online, but I don't recommend it"
Thanks for being part of the Online Community. I'll be sure to point you in the right direction for using a thermal printer.
In addition to @ MichelleT, you can use thermal printer if your're using, QuickBooks Mobile App, QuickBooks POS and the desktop version. You'll still be able to use the device in your iPad, just make sure you install the printer's app.
Hello Thanks for the response. I checked out the suggestions, and I think you are mistaking a receipt printer with a standard 8 1/2 x 11" page printer. I need to have a star Micronics or Zebra printer to print invoices on the fly. My store uses Shopkeep fo iPad, so I know it can be done. The problem is that QBO doesn't have a template to print to a 3" thermal receipt printer. One of the community answers to this problem is that QBO is "not a POS system", but I submit that if you are using the iPad app with QBO, you are basically doing just that.
I feel that this capability is not supported because it would undermine the Quickbooks POS market.