Just like Vern Hamburg said on the other thread.
CRTPF record length of spool file + ONE
CPYSPLF into the PF , specify CTLCHAR(*FCFC)
CRTPRTF specify CTLCHAR(*FCFC) and what ever you want for device type *SCS , CPI, LPI, page size etc.
CPYF the physical file into the print file.

The one thing that can not be easily changed is the overflow line, because it already paginated your spool file when it was created.

Bill Scott Océ North America * a Canon Group Company
Telephone 561 997 3256 Email Bill.Scott@xxxxxxxx

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Subject: Change splf lpi/cpi attributes?

Hi Folks, I've got a splf in an outq that was created with attributes of 8/12 and I want to change the splf to 6/10. Is there any way to do that?
Thanks, Frank
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