The problem is not in the overlay, but the text I am printing. I am using
the font() keyword. But the fonts on my iseries don't match the resident
fonts on my hp4050tn.
date: Tue, 17 Apr 2007 19:23:42 +0200 (CEST)
subject: RE: MIDRANGE-L Digest, Vol 6, Issue 795
If the problem is with font IN THE OVERLAY try to use the option in the
driver "Print text as graphic" (or something like that). If the problem is
with fonts defined in the DDS printr file try to search for Customizing
WSCST and RASTER.
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