Watch out for fonts & features supported by 400 but customer is using a
non-400 printer emulating a 400 printer, in which the combination does not
support the full range of either the emulated 400 printer or the printer
doing the emulation.

Many sites go for high speed printers that do not have much font variety,
because the interest is in getting the output with mininum hassle.  I think
the limiting factor is what printers this will go to, which is a site
selection choice & then after installed everyone forgets what is really
there.  I mean, look at the configuration information on 400 & you are told
what it is emulating, not what it really is.

MacWheel99@aol.com (Alister Wm Macintyre) (Al Mac)


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