I suspect that it is just the same AFP font that is on the iSeries, just an unwrapped object of plain AFP.

If you can view an C0xxxxxx font in hex on your IPD and it start with x '5Aa xx xx D3 A8 89'

I can either send you an unwrapped C04200B0 (at 240 or 300 dpi) or send you iSeries software to unwrap the objects. (With a little PC cleanup program).
It does all afp objects from libraries to folders OR folders to libraries, for this type of conversion.



William (Bill) Scott
Advisor, Natl Solutions
TSS SI Comm Prisma
Canon Solutions America, Inc.
5600 Broken Sound Blvd.,Boca Raton, FL, 33460
www.csa.canon.com
wscott@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
T 561.997.3256 C 561.703.3135

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Subject: Infoprint Designer--missing font C04200B0

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We use Infoprint Designer (IPD) to handle advanced output functions. (Yes, I know it's old and out of date. But it's what we have.)



One project uses a font (C04200B0) which is not installed in the IPD configuration on the PC where currently running IPD. It should be a pretty basic font: COURIER LATIN1-roman med 12-PT. My first preference would be to get the font installed for IPD on the current PC. If not I'll need to switch to an available font. (C04200B0 is installed on the IBM i.) It's been so long since I installed IPD, I don't remember how to go about getting additional fonts to install. I believe we have a disc for the AFP Font Collection, but I'm not sure the fonts are in the correct format and I'm not sure where the disk is.



Does anyone have a suggestion on how to get C04200B0 installed for IPD?



(Before I start getting suggestions, migrating to another forms design package would only be an option if it can be done very economically.
Everything I've looked at so far is well beyond our budget. The original license for IPD was between $5K and $6K and it was a real stretch to get it approved at the time. Spending that much or more on a replacement would not be well received.)



Thanks,

Michael Quigley

Computer Services

The Way international

www.TheWay.org <http://www.theway.org/>





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