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Don't Want to Fill Out Bet Slips by hand!

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Posted: January 12, 2007, 11:35 pm - IP Logged

Fellow Forum Members,

I have a text file of a wheel with 126 rows of 5 numbers each. My goal is to print out all of these combinations onto bet slips using my HP Laserjet printer. What is the best computer application to use that will let me import this data and then print it out on bet slips for Florida MegaMoney? (I thought Lotto Pro 2006 would be able to do this but I was mistaken. It doesn't allow importing of data, which is something I think is bad).  I want to avoid the drudgery of feeling out all these bet slips by hand.  Any help will be greatly appreciated. 

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    Posted: January 13, 2007, 1:34 am - IP Logged

    A free lottery playslip/ticket printing software. Print your entries from csv or txt files onto the playslips. Handles most lottery games, even those with irregular patterns. It requires configuration and a very basic knowledge of coordinates (X and Y) but even if you do not have this it is explained in the help. All you need is a ruler and the ability to measure accurately. As the program is free, you are required to e-mail your configuration files for games you have successfully configured so that others can share them. Version 1.3 may include allows any format csv and txt file to be used for the lottery playslip printing.

    Free Ticket Printing Software

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      Posted: January 13, 2007, 1:46 am - IP Logged

      On the Lottery Director web site there is a free application for printing marks on bet slips, you could give it a try.  The only thing you should be aware of is some lotteries have made the use of computer marked bet slips a disqualifer to prevent people from printing all the combinations and buying them all when rollovers exceed the odds. While it shouldn't be a problem during a normal purchase, if you win a jackpot I wouldn't brag about printing the marks with a computer.  http://www.ldir.com

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        Posted: January 13, 2007, 2:22 am - IP Logged

        A free lottery playslip/ticket printing software. Print your entries from csv or txt files onto the playslips. Handles most lottery games, even those with irregular patterns. It requires configuration and a very basic knowledge of coordinates (X and Y) but even if you do not have this it is explained in the help. All you need is a ruler and the ability to measure accurately. As the program is free, you are required to e-mail your configuration files for games you have successfully configured so that others can share them. Version 1.3 may include allows any format csv and txt file to be used for the lottery playslip printing.

        Free Ticket Printing Software

        Florida Mega Money Payslip Definition File

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          Posted: January 15, 2007, 2:36 pm - IP Logged

          in the rule book for TN merchants, it tells them not to take computer generated playslips..

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