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Thanks Paul, but no dice.  The particular report that I'm trying to print
prints at 20CPI.  I tried printing a job log and it came out at  13CPI.  I
would probably be happy if everything would just print at 10CPI.  The paper
is 15 inches wide so everything should fit for standard 132-column reports.
I do have user data transform = QGPL/TSPRWPR to be able to control page
range printing.


Dave Parnin
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Nishikawa Standard Company
Topeka, IN  46571
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Here's what I send to HP printers to make 15 CPI fonts bigger with a
WSCST. Note that the standard font size statements have been turned into
comments.:

    :CPICOR
      CPI=15
/*    ASCIIFNT=  255            */
      ASCIIFNT=  281
/*    FNTWTH=   84              */
      FNTWTH=   72
      FNTATR=    1
      DATA =''X.
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Arbor Solutions, Inc.
708-670-6978  Cell
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I'm looking for advice about workstation customizing objects and font
groups.  Over the weekend we migrated from a 720 to a 570 and a twinax
line
printer bit the dust (by design).  The users want another option to get
some of their reports in the font size that they are accustomed to.  They
have a copier available with large paper and I can get it to pull from the
correct drawer and rotate the output from portrait to landscape but I
can't
seem to affect the font size.  I've removed the CPICOR stuff but nothing
I've tried with font groups seems to affect the font size.  I've been
referencing tech documents 8690003 and 8693040 but something isn't getting
through to my brain.  Any ideas?

Dave

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