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Forcing All Output to Draft Quality or Near-Letter Quality (NLQ) using Host Print Transform (HPT)

Troubleshooting


Problem

This document provides information on creating a modified Workstation Customizing Object (WSCST) to force all output to either print in draft quality or in Near-Letter Quality (NLQ).

Resolving The Problem

This document provides instructions for forcing all output to print in draft quality by using Host Print Transform (or HPT).

This is done by retrieving and modifying a Workstation Customization Table (WSCST) and changing the values in the Print Quality (PRTQLTY) tags

Caution: These instructions are provided as is. Any assistance with editing the Workstation Customization Table must be done through a consulting agreement.

This document was last updated on 26 December 2013.

    • - Pre-Built Workstation Customizing Objects (WSCSTs) for Forcing Draft or NLQ Quality



      Rochester Support Center knowledgebase document New contains a save file with pre-built Workstation Customizing Objects (WSCSTs) for some of the most requested and most helpful customizations. The attached save file includes several pre-built WSCST objects for forcing all output to either draft quality or Near-Letter Quality (NLQ) when printing to dot martix or line printers.

      For more information, refer to the following document:

      N1019007: Pre-Built Workstation Customizing Objects (WSCSTs) from IBM iSeries Remote Technical Support


      • - Basic Steps for Creating and Using a Workstation Customization Object



        The following are the basic steps for creating and using a Workstation Customization Object (WSCST). Regardless of the particular issue(s) you are attempting to resolve, these steps must always be taken. This information is intended to provide a 'quick start' to creating a WSCST object for users who have at least some familiarity with creating them and with configuring printers.

        Note: Additional, in-depth details for creating a WSCST object can be found in the following document:

        N1010140: Instructions for Modifying a Workstation Customizing Object (WSCST)

        The following are the basic 'quick start' steps.

        Step 1: Retrieve the WSCST source code. Type the following command on the operating system command line:

        Important Note: Use the Manufacturer type and model (MFRTYPMDL) that is appropriate for your printer. Also, the Source member (in the following example, DRAFTQLTY) is a name that is appropriate to your customizing object. This is what you will be calling your workstation customizing object in Step 3.

        RTVWSCST DEVTYPE(*TRANSFORM) MFRTYPMDL(*IBM42021) SRCMBR(DRAFTQLTY)
                 SRCFILE(QGPL/QTXTSRC)

        Press the Enter key.

        Step 2: Edit the source code by using PDM or SEU:
        oTo use PDM, on the operating system command line type the following:

        WRKMBRPDM FILE(QGPL/QTXTSRC) MBR(DRAFTQLTY)

        Press the Enter key. Select Option 2 to edit.
        oTo use SEU, on the operating system command line type the following:

        STRSEU SRCFILE(QGPL/QTXTSRC) SRCMBR(DRAFTQLTY)

        Press the Enter key.
        Make any changes necessary to the WSCST object source code. Refer to the following section Forcing All Output to Draft Quality to make your changes, then save and exit. Continue with Step 3.

        Step 3: Create the WSCST object using the CRTWSCST command. On the operating system command line type the following:

        Important Note: Match the SRCMBR name from Step 1 to the WSCST object name that is created in this step.

        CRTWSCST WSCST(QGPL/DRAFTQLTY) SRCFILE(QGPL/QTXTSRC)

        Press the Enter key.

        Step 4: Add the WSCST to the printer configuration by using the Change Device Print command (CHGDEVPRT), the Change Output Queue command (CHGOUTQ), or by changing the PC5250 printer emulation session configuration.
        oTo add the WSCST to a device description, on the operating system command line type the following:

        CHGDEVPRT DEVD(device_name) TRANSFORM(*YES) MFRTYPMDL(*WSCSTCONT132)
                  WSCST(QGPL/DRAFTQLTY)

        Press the Enter key.
        oTo add the WSCST to a Remote Output Queue (RMTOUTQ) description, on the operating system command line type the following:

        CHGOUTQ OUTQ(queue_name) TRANSFORM(*YES) MFRTYPMDL(*WSCSTCONT132)
                WSCST(DRAFTQLTY)

        Press the Enter key.
        oTo add the WSCST to a PC5250 printer emulation session, do the following:

        a In the PC5250 printer session, click on Communication > Configure.
        b Click on the Setup button.
        c In the Configure PC5250 Printer Emulation window, select the box next to Transform Print Data to ASCII on the iSeries, and select the Printer Model value of *WSCST.
        d In the same window, specify the name of the WSCST in the Customizing Object parameter and the library where it is found in the Library parameter, for example, Customizing Object DRAFTQLTY and Library QGPL.
        e Click OK three times.
        f Click File > Save to save the configuration.
        Note: If any changes are made to the WSCST object source code after the CRTWSCST command has been issued, it is necessary to issue the CRTWSCST command again. The printer writer must be ended and restarted for the changes to take effect.


        • - Forcing All Output to Draft Quality



          Search for the member name you used and type Option 2 (Edit) next to it, and press the Enter key. Next, find the PRTQLTY entry in the table (type PRTQLTY on the SEU command line, and press F16). This entry tells HPT what controls to send to the printer based on the print quality specified in the operating system spooled file. Workstation customization tables generally have PRTQLTY entries for three different print qualities: DRAFT (used when the print quality in the operating system spooled file is set to *DRAFT), LETTER (used for *LETTER), and TEXT (used for *STD).

          Most operating system spooled files are created with the print quality set to *STD. Typically, workstation customization tables are set up so spooled files with *LETTER or *STD print using near-letter quality (NLQ) on the printer. This means that the only spooled files that print with draft quality are those that have *DRAFT quality specified in the spooled file. However, the workstation customization table can be modified so draft quality is always selected, regardless of the print quality specified in the spooled file. The following table shows the settings needed to force all output to print in draft quality when printing to an IBM Proprinter 4201 or compatible printer:

          Default Settings for IBM ProprinterModified Settings for IBM Proprinter
              :PRTQLTY                
               QLTYTYPE=DRAFT        
               DATA ='1B4900'X.      
             :PRTQLTY                
               QLTYTYPE=LETTER      
               DATA ='1B49021B4903'X.
             :PRTQLTY                
               QLTYTYPE=TEXT        
               DATA ='1B49021B4903'X.
              :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=DRAFT
               DATA ='1B4900'X.
             :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=LETTER
               DATA ='
          1B4900'X.
             :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=TEXT
               DATA ='
          1B4900'X.
          Default Settings for Epson FX-850Modified Settings for Epson FX-850
              :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=DRAFT
               DATA ='1B7800'X.
             :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=LETTER
               DATA ='1B7801'X.
             :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=TEXT
               DATA ='1B7801'X.
              :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=DRAFT
               DATA ='1B7800'X.
             :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=LETTER
               DATA ='
          1B7800'X.
             :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=TEXT
               DATA ='
          1B7800'X.

          As an alternative, the WSCST source member can be edited so spooled files with a print quality of *DRAFT or *STD print in draft quality but leave spooled files with a print quality of *LETTER alone so that they print in near-letter quality (NLQ). Therefore, most spooled files print in draft quality. However, to print something in NLQ, specify *LETTER as the print quality in the spooled file attributes. The following table shows the settings needed to print *DRAFT and *STD spooled files in draft quality and print *LETTER spooled files in near-letter quality when printing to an IBM Proprinter 4201 or compatible printer:

          Default Settings for IBM ProprinterModified Settings for IBM Proprinter
              :PRTQLTY                
               QLTYTYPE=DRAFT        
               DATA ='1B4900'X.      
             :PRTQLTY                
               QLTYTYPE=LETTER      
               DATA ='1B49021B4903'X.
             :PRTQLTY                
               QLTYTYPE=TEXT        
               DATA ='1B49021B4903'X.
              :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=DRAFT
               DATA ='1B4900'X.
             :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=LETTER
               DATA ='1B49021B4903'X.
             :PRTQLTY                
               QLTYTYPE=TEXT        
               DATA ='
          1B4900'X.
          Default Settings for Epson FX-850Modified Settings for Epson FX-850
              :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=DRAFT
               DATA ='1B7800'X.
             :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=LETTER
               DATA ='1B7801'X.
             :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=TEXT
               DATA ='1B7801'X.
              :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=DRAFT
               DATA ='1B7800'X.
             :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=LETTER
               DATA ='1B7801'X.
             :PRTQLTY
               QLTYTYPE=TEXT
               DATA ='
          1B7800'X.

          Some workstation customization tables, however, do not use the PRTQLTY tag to specify the controls used to select print qualities. An example of this is the WSCST for the Okidata ML-320 in IBM Mode (*OKI320IBM) which selects the print quality when it selects the fonts. Therefore, this WSCST does not specify the print quality controls under the PRTQLTY tag but rather in the INDFNTE tags. The following table shows the settings needed to force all output to print in draft quality when printing to an Okidata ML-320 or compatible printer (in IBM Mode):

          Default Settings for Okidata ML-320Modified Settings for Okidata ML-320
              :INDFNT.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   11
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='121B4903'X
               FNTEND='121B4900'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   18
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='121B49031B2547'X
               FNTEND='121B49001B2548'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   20
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='1B4900'X

                FNTEND='1B4900'X
                FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   36
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='121B4902'X
               FNTEND='121B4900'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   80
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='1B4901'X
               FNTEND='1B4900'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   85
               POINTSIZE= 0

                FNTSTR='1B3A1B4903'X
               FNTEND='121B4900'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   87
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='1B3A1B4902'X
               FNTEND='121B4900'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   92
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='1B3A1B49031B2547'X
               FNTEND='121B49001B2548'X  
               FNTWTH=''X.

              :INDFNTE                    
               FID=  109                

                POINTSIZE= 0              
               FNTSTR='1B3A1B49021B2547'X
               FNTEND='121B49001B2548'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
              :INDFNT.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   11
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='
          121B4900'X
               FNTEND='121B4900'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   18
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='
          121B49001B2547'X
               FNTEND='121B49001B2548'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   20
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='1B4900'X

                FNTEND='1B4900'X
                FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   36
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='
          121B4901'X
               FNTEND='121B4900'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   80
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='1B4901'X
               FNTEND='1B4900'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   85
               POINTSIZE= 0

                FNTSTR='1B3A1B4901'X
               FNTEND='121B4900'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   87
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='
          1B3A1B4901'X
               FNTEND='121B4900'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=   92
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='
          1B3A1B49011B2547'X
               FNTEND='121B49001B2548'X
               FNTWTH=''X.

              :INDFNTE
               FID=  109

                POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='
          1B3A1B49011B2547'X
               FNTEND='121B49001B2548'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
          Default Settings for Okidata ML-320 (continued)Modified Settings for Okidata ML-320
              :INDFNTE
               FID=  174
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='1B50011B4902'X
               FNTEND='121B49001B5000'X
               FNTWTH=

              /* -0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-A-B-C-D-E-F */
               '90909090789090909090909090909090'X
               '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
               '903C6090909090484848909048904878'X
               '90609090909090909090484878907878'X
               '90909090909090909060909090909090'X
               '90909090909090907890906078609090'X
               '48908484849090849060607860909084'X
               '84848490789090907890786C306C9090'X
               '90909090909090909090906C78609090'X
               '90909084848490908484909090909090'X
               '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
               '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
               '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
               '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
               '90908490909090849090909090907890'X
               '90907878909090846048489078606090'X.

              :INDFNTE
               FID=  222
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='121B49020F'X
               FNTEND='121B4900'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=  241
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='121B49021B5B40040000001102'X
               FNTEND='121B49001B5B40040000001101'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=  255
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='121B49020F'X
               FNTEND='121B4900'X

                FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=  261
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='120F1B5B40040000001102'X
               FNTEND='121B5B40040000001101'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=  400
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='120F1B5B40040000001101'X
               FNTEND='12'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :EINDFNT.
              :INDFNTE
               FID=  174
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='
          1B50011B4901'X
               FNTEND='121B49001B5000'X
               FNTWTH=

              /* -0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-A-B-C-D-E-F */
               '90909090789090909090909090909090'X
               '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
               '903C6090909090484848909048904878'X
               '90609090909090909090484878907878'X
               '90909090909090909060909090909090'X
               '90909090909090907890906078609090'X
               '48908484849090849060607860909084'X
               '84848490789090907890786C306C9090'X
               '90909090909090909090906C78609090'X
               '90909084848490908484909090909090'X
               '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
               '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
               '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
               '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
               '90908490909090849090909090907890'X
               '90907878909090846048489078606090'X.

              :INDFNTE
               FID=  222
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='
          121B49010F'X
               FNTEND='121B4900'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=  241
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='
          121B49011B5B40040000001102'X
               FNTEND='121B49001B5B40040000001101'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=  255
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='
          121B49010F'X
               FNTEND='121B4900'X

                FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=  261
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='120F1B5B40040000001102'X
               FNTEND='121B5B40040000001101'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :INDFNTE
               FID=  400
               POINTSIZE= 0
               FNTSTR='120F1B5B40040000001101'X
               FNTEND='12'X
               FNTWTH=''X.
             :EINDFNT.

          To create the WSCST object and implement it, perform Steps 3 and 4 (above).


          • - Forcing All Output to Near-Letter Quality (NLQ)



            Search for the member name you used and type Option 2 (Edit) next to it, and press the Enter key. Next, find the PRTQLTY entry in the table (type PRTQLTY on the SEU command line, and press F16). This entry tells HPT what controls to send to the printer based on the print quality specified in the operating system spooled file. Workstation customization tables generally have PRTQLTY entries for three different print qualities: DRAFT (used when the print quality in the operating system spooled file is set to *DRAFT), LETTER (used for *LETTER), and TEXT (used for *STD).

            Most operating system spooled files are created with the print quality set to *STD. Typically, workstation customization tables are set up so spooled files with *LETTER or *STD print using near-letter quality (NLQ) on the printer. This means that the only spooled files that print with draft quality are those that have *DRAFT quality specified in the spooled file. However, the workstation customization table can be modified so draft quality is always selected, regardless of the print quality specified in the spooled file. The following table shows the settings needed to force all output to print in draft quality when printing to an IBM Proprinter 4201 or compatible printer:

            Default Settings for IBM ProprinterModified Settings for IBM Proprinter
                :PRTQLTY                
                 QLTYTYPE=DRAFT        
                 DATA ='1B4900'X.      
               :PRTQLTY                
                 QLTYTYPE=LETTER      
                 DATA ='1B49021B4903'X.
               :PRTQLTY                
                 QLTYTYPE=TEXT        
                 DATA ='1B49021B4903'X.
                :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=DRAFT
                 DATA ='
            1B49021B4903'X.
               :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=LETTER
                 DATA ='1B49021B4903'X.
               :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=TEXT
                 DATA ='1B49021B4903'X.
            Default Settings for Epson FX-850Modified Settings for Epson FX-850
                :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=DRAFT
                 DATA ='1B7800'X.
               :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=LETTER
                 DATA ='1B7801'X.
               :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=TEXT
                 DATA ='1B7801'X.
                :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=DRAFT
                 DATA ='
            1B7801'X.
               :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=LETTER
                 DATA ='1B7801'X.
               :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=TEXT
                 DATA ='1B7801'X.

            As an alternative, the WSCST source member can be edited so spooled files with a print quality of *LETTER or *STD print in near-letter quality (NLQ) but leave spooled files with a print quality of *DRAFT alone so that they print in draft quality. Therefore, most spooled files print in near-letter quality (NLQ), but anything specifically setup with *DRAFT will still print in draft quality. The following table shows the settings needed to print *LETTER and *STD spooled files in near-letter quality and print *DRAFT spooled files in draft quality when printing to an IBM Proprinter 4201 or compatible printer:

            Default Settings for IBM ProprinterModified Settings for IBM Proprinter
                :PRTQLTY                
                 QLTYTYPE=DRAFT        
                 DATA ='1B4900'X.      
               :PRTQLTY                
                 QLTYTYPE=LETTER      
                 DATA ='1B49021B4903'X.
               :PRTQLTY                
                 QLTYTYPE=TEXT        
                 DATA ='1B49021B4903'X.
                :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=DRAFT
                 DATA ='1B4900'X.
               :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=LETTER
                 DATA ='1B49021B4903'X.
               :PRTQLTY                
                 QLTYTYPE=TEXT        
                 DATA ='
            1B49021B4903'X.
            Default Settings for Epson FX-850Modified Settings for Epson FX-850
                :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=DRAFT
                 DATA ='1B7800'X.
               :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=LETTER
                 DATA ='1B7801'X.
               :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=TEXT
                 DATA ='1B7801'X.
                :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=DRAFT
                 DATA ='1B7800'X.
               :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=LETTER
                 DATA ='1B7801'X.
               :PRTQLTY
                 QLTYTYPE=TEXT
                 DATA ='
            1B7801'X.

            Some workstation customization tables, however, do not use the PRTQLTY tag to specify the controls used to select print qualities. An example of this is the WSCST for the Okidata ML-320 in IBM Mode (*OKI320IBM) which selects the print quality when it selects the fonts. Therefore, this WSCST does not specify the print quality controls under the PRTQLTY tag but rather in the INDFNTE tags. The following table shows the settings needed to force all output to print in near-letter quality when printing to an Okidata ML-320 or compatible printer (in IBM Mode):

            Default Settings for Okidata ML-320Modified Settings for Okidata ML-320
                :INDFNT.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   11
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='121B4903'X
                 FNTEND='121B4900'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   18
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='121B49031B2547'X
                 FNTEND='121B49001B2548'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   20
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='1B4900'X

                  FNTEND='1B4900'X
                  FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   36
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='121B4902'X
                 FNTEND='121B4900'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   80
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='1B4901'X
                 FNTEND='1B4900'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   85
                 POINTSIZE= 0

                  FNTSTR='1B3A1B4903'X
                 FNTEND='121B4900'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   87
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='1B3A1B4902'X
                 FNTEND='121B4900'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   92
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='1B3A1B49031B2547'X
                 FNTEND='121B49001B2548'X  
                 FNTWTH=''X.

                :INDFNTE                    
                 FID=  109                

                  POINTSIZE= 0              
                 FNTSTR='1B3A1B49021B2547'X
                 FNTEND='121B49001B2548'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
                :INDFNT.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   11
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='121B4903'X
                 FNTEND='121B4900'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   18
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='121B49031B2547'X
                 FNTEND='121B49001B2548'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   20
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='
            1B4903'X
                  FNTEND='1B4900'X
                  FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   36
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='
            121B4903'X
                 FNTEND='121B4900'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   80
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='
            1B4903'X
                 FNTEND='1B4900'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   85
                 POINTSIZE= 0

                  FNTSTR='1B3A1B4903'X
                 FNTEND='121B4900'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   87
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='
            1B3A1B4903'X
                 FNTEND='121B4900'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=   92
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='
            1B3A1B49031B2547'X
                 FNTEND='121B49001B2548'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.

                :INDFNTE
                 FID=  109

                  POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='
            1B3A1B49031B2547'X
                 FNTEND='121B49001B2548'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
            Default Settings for Okidata ML-320 (continued)Modified Settings for Okidata ML-320
                :INDFNTE
                 FID=  174
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='1B50011B4902'X
                 FNTEND='121B49001B5000'X
                 FNTWTH=

                /* -0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-A-B-C-D-E-F */
                 '90909090789090909090909090909090'X
                 '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
                 '903C6090909090484848909048904878'X
                 '90609090909090909090484878907878'X
                 '90909090909090909060909090909090'X
                 '90909090909090907890906078609090'X
                 '48908484849090849060607860909084'X
                 '84848490789090907890786C306C9090'X
                 '90909090909090909090906C78609090'X
                 '90909084848490908484909090909090'X
                 '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
                 '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
                 '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
                 '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
                 '90908490909090849090909090907890'X
                 '90907878909090846048489078606090'X.

                :INDFNTE
                 FID=  222
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='121B49020F'X
                 FNTEND='121B4900'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=  241
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='121B49021B5B40040000001102'X
                 FNTEND='121B49001B5B40040000001101'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=  255
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='121B49020F'X
                 FNTEND='121B4900'X

                  FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=  261
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='120F1B5B40040000001102'X
                 FNTEND='121B5B40040000001101'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=  400
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='120F1B5B40040000001101'X
                 FNTEND='12'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :EINDFNT.
                :INDFNTE
                 FID=  174
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='
            1B50011B4903'X
                 FNTEND='121B49001B5000'X
                 FNTWTH=

                /* -0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-A-B-C-D-E-F */
                 '90909090789090909090909090909090'X
                 '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
                 '903C6090909090484848909048904878'X
                 '90609090909090909090484878907878'X
                 '90909090909090909060909090909090'X
                 '90909090909090907890906078609090'X
                 '48908484849090849060607860909084'X
                 '84848490789090907890786C306C9090'X
                 '90909090909090909090906C78609090'X
                 '90909084848490908484909090909090'X
                 '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
                 '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
                 '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
                 '90909090909090909090909090909090'X
                 '90908490909090849090909090907890'X
                 '90907878909090846048489078606090'X.

                :INDFNTE
                 FID=  222
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='
            121B49030F'X
                 FNTEND='121B4900'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=  241
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='
            121B49031B5B40040000001102'X
                 FNTEND='121B49001B5B40040000001101'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=  255
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='
            121B49030F'X
                 FNTEND='121B4900'X

                  FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=  261
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='120F1B5B40040000001102'X
                 FNTEND='121B5B40040000001101'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :INDFNTE
                 FID=  400
                 POINTSIZE= 0
                 FNTSTR='120F1B5B40040000001101'X
                 FNTEND='12'X
                 FNTWTH=''X.
               :EINDFNT.

            To create the WSCST object and implement it, perform Steps 3 and 4 (above).

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          Historical Number

          7422137

          Document Information

          Modified date:
          18 December 2019

          UID

          nas8N1010300