That "compress" feature can/is set by the front panel unless you
picked some really "funky" font on the setup.

10 CPI is the default for that printer right out of the box.

Dan Desrosiers wrote:

I have a Lexmark 2480 defined as a PC 5250 printer on the ISeries and the print is compressed. The printer file has 10 CPI but it is not printing 10 CPI.
How can I get this printer to print regular sized characters?



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