Thanks for your reply Charles, but unfortunately I don't have a complete
iSeries Navigator on my pc

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Note that the process can be simplified by removing steps 9-11 and instead
using iSeries Navigator.
From the help:

-In iSeries Navigator, expand My Connections (or your active environment).
-Expand AFP Manager.
-Open the Resources container.
-Right-click the container for the type of resource you want to import and
select Import.
-Complete the fields in the Import dialog.
-Click OK.


Charles Wilt
Software Engineer
CINTAS Corporation - IT 92B

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From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-
bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Salter, James
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2008 7:49 AM
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Subject: IBM AFP600 Drivers

IBM AFP4028 works well also.

Here were the documents steps from way back. They may still work.

I think the link below may not work, so search for AFP Print Drivers on
Google instead.

1) Download AFP Print Driver from Internet.
Web address -
Select Windows Version that you have.

2) Expand File into your directory

3) Create IBM AFP Printer on your pc
Start: Settings: Printers: Add printer: Next: Local Printer: Next:
Have Disk: Locate oemsetup.inf from directory that it was loaded
Ok, next, available port = file, enter printer name, default printer
= no, test page = no

4) Printer Properties - Landscape or Portrait, Papersize, Output =
Overlay, Clippings

5) Design form using Windows based application
Lexmark, Excel, Notepad, HTML, Word, Write, CRW, etc.
OR Copy and Modify an existing form

*NOTE If this form uses fonts other than Times New Roman or Helvetica,
scanning may be needed.

( I am not sure if Times New Roman or Helvetica are the only
things that work, but I included it just so that you were
aware of it)

6) Or scan in image as a .TIF format.
Use Microsoft Photo Editor and/or Paintbrush to touch up the image.

Make sure the image is 8.5 x 11 if it is portrait.

7) Print this form or image to the printer you created.
This will create a file that will be sent to the AS/400
(Name this file something meaningful like TEST.OVL)

8) Create a file on the AS/400 to receive the printed file contents

9) Transfer the File using FTP or Shared Folders
a) FTP - ftp SYSNAME
login using username, password
put test.ovl testlib/testfile

b) Shared folders - map a drive
copy file into folder

10) Create Overlay from the file

11) OVRPRTF, CHGPRTF, or CRTPRTF using DDS Overlay keyword
**** NOTE printfile must be of device type *AFPDS

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