Dave,

>>Are you sure about your statement that "..., if you're only putting
>>overlays on existing data, you can specify the overlay on an SCS
>printer, too-no need for AFP/IPDS printer."?  If so, what type of SCS
>printer are you talking about.  It would have to be one that supports
>IPDS, because I'm fairly certain that printers such as line printers
>would not handle overlays.

 There are a few dot matrix printers that are IPDS capable, such as the
4224 and 4234 (besides the model 1's).

 -mark

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