PDL Reference Guide for the Xerox WorkCentre 7120

PDL Reference Guide for the
Xerox WorkCentre 7120
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Accessing Extended Features
Overview
This document describes how to access the extended features of the WorkCentre 7120 and in environments that do not have a
custom driver.
Note: Some of the commands and syntax used in this document requires familiarity with either PostScript (PS) or Printer
Command Language (PCL).
This document provides the Printer Description Language (PDL) commands and syntax for each feature. The following items are
also included:
 PCL tables that describes the PCL features and the syntax to use the feature.
 PostScript tables that describes the PostScript features and the syntax to use the feature.
This document is not intended as a PS or PCL reference manual, but a guide for using the extended features in PS and PCL
commands.
Using this Guide
1.
Search the Feature Table to determine whether the feature you wish to use is supported.
2.
Verify that the feature is supported by your device. For example, the WorkCentre must have the Finisher option installed to
use stapling commands.
3.
Following across the tables to find the syntax listed for the PDL examples shown. Read the Dependencies/Caveats section.
Getting Started
PCL and ASCII print jobs can use PJL commands or PCL commands to access the attributes of the device. If there is more than one
method listed to access a specific feature, determine the best method for your application and use that method.
Comment Commands
To process all PJL COMMENT commands and DSC, enclose them with XRXBegin and XRXEnd commands.
Example PCL print job:
@PJL COMMENT XRXbegin
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_START_SHEET OID_VAL_JOB_SHEET_NONE;
@PJL COMMENT XRXend
Example PS print job:
%%XRXbegin
%%OID_ATT_START_SHEET OID_VAL_JOB_SHEET_NONE;
%%XRXend
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
The first parameter of the command is an attribute followed by a value.

Comment commands must end with a semicolon except for the XRXbegin and XRXend commands.

A comment command not enclosed by XRXbegin and XRXend is NOT a Xerox specific command and is treated as a real
comment with no functional attachment to its contents.
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The comment commands are specific to the WorkCentre 7120.
PJL SET Commands
PJL SET commands are available for some features. If you choose to use these commands, do not enclose them with the
XRXBegin and XRXEnd commands.
PJL SET commands do not require a semicolon at the end of the command line.
PCL Commands
PCL commands are available for some features. If you choose to use these commands do not enclose them with the
XRXBegin and XRXEnd commands. Refer to a PCL reference manual for more specific information regarding PCL commands.
PS Commands
PS commands are for some features. If you choose to use these commands, do not enclose them with the XRXBegin and
XRXEnd commands. Refer to a PS reference manual for more specific information regarding PS commands. Ensure that
each command line ends with setpagedevice.
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Table of Contents
Accessing Extended Features.................................................................................................................................................1
Overview ...................................................................................................................................................................................1
Using this Guide....................................................................................................................................................................1
Getting Started......................................................................................................................................................................1
PCL Feature List ............................................................................................................................................................................5
PCL/PJL Implementation .........................................................................................................................................................5
JOB NAME ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
JOB MODE ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
BANNER SHEET (START SHEET)............................................................................................................................................... 6
COPIES................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
QUANTITY ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
SIMPLEX / DUPLEX PRINTING.................................................................................................................................................. 6
ORIENTATION................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
JOB TYPE (Secure Print / Proof) ................................................................................................................................................ 7
DELAY PRINT.................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
MEDIA SIZE ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
CUSTOM MEDIA SIZE .................................................................................................................................................................. 9
MEDIA SOURCE .............................................................................................................................................................................. 9
OUTPUT LOCATION ..................................................................................................................................................................... 9
STAPLING ........................................................................................................................................................................................10
PUNCH..............................................................................................................................................................................................10
FOLDING..........................................................................................................................................................................................11
BOOKLET..........................................................................................................................................................................................11
RESOLUTION..................................................................................................................................................................................11
BITS PER PIXEL ..............................................................................................................................................................................12
FORCE SHORT EDGE FEEDING...............................................................................................................................................12
JOB BASED ACCOUNTING / AUDITRON ...........................................................................................................................12
Dependencies/Caveats..........................................................................................................................................................12
Examples ......................................................................................................................................................................................13
Basic PJL Template............................................................................................................................................................13
Sample PJL Headers .........................................................................................................................................................13
Supported PCL Fonts...............................................................................................................................................................16
PostScript Feature List ............................................................................................................................................................18
PostScript Implementation..................................................................................................................................................19
COPIES..............................................................................................................................................................................................19
COLLATION.....................................................................................................................................................................................19
DUPLEX.............................................................................................................................................................................................19
TUMBLE............................................................................................................................................................................................19
MEDIA SOURCE ............................................................................................................................................................................19
MEDIA SOURCE FROM BYPASS TRAY .................................................................................................................................20
MEDIA CLASS.................................................................................................................................................................................20
MEDIA COLOR ...............................................................................................................................................................................20
MEDIA SELECTION......................................................................................................................................................................21
MEDIA WEIGHT............................................................................................................................................................................22
OUTPUT LOCATION ...................................................................................................................................................................22
IMAGE ENHANCEMENT............................................................................................................................................................22
TONER SAVER ................................................................................................................................................................................22
HALFTONE SCREEN SELECTION ............................................................................................................................................22
OFFSET..............................................................................................................................................................................................23
BOOKLET (with SB-Finisher and booklet module)...........................................................................................................23
PUNCH (with SB-Finisher).........................................................................................................................................................23
STAPLING (with A-Finisher or SB-Finisher) ........................................................................................................................24
PRINT MODE..................................................................................................................................................................................24
PROCESS COLOR MODEL ..........................................................................................................................................................24
RGB CORRECTION .......................................................................................................................................................................25
GRAY GUARANTEE ......................................................................................................................................................................25
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GAMMA CORRECTION...............................................................................................................................................................25
CMYK CORRECTION....................................................................................................................................................................26
RGBSPACE .......................................................................................................................................................................................26
WHITEPOINT .................................................................................................................................................................................26
BRIGHTNESS ..................................................................................................................................................................................27
SEPARATIONS................................................................................................................................................................................27
SEPARATION COLOR NAMES..................................................................................................................................................27
SEPARATION ORDER ..................................................................................................................................................................27
USE CIE COLOR .............................................................................................................................................................................28
Dependencies/Caveats..........................................................................................................................................................28
Sample PostScript Headers ..................................................................................................................................................28
Supported PostScript Fonts ..................................................................................................................................................29
Additional Information..........................................................................................................................................................30
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PCL Feature List
Feature
Job Name
Job Mode
Banner Sheet (Start Sheet)
Copies
Quantity
Simplex / Duplex Printing
Orientation
Job Type
Delay Print
Media Source
Custom Media Size
Output Location
Stapling
Punch
Folding
Booklet
Resolution
Bits Per Pixel
Force Short Edge Feeding
Job Based Accounting /
Auditron
Description
Job Name
Specify Job Mode
Turns on/off the banner sheet that prints at the beginning of every job.
Specifies the number of uncollated sets of a document in a print job.
Specifies the number of collated sets of a document.
Deliver one-sided or two-sided output
Landscape or Portrait
You can specify Confidential Print or Proof Print
Delays printing a job until the time specified by the command.
Specifies the tray to supply the job’s media.
Specifies the designated media size.
Indicates the output bin where the print job is sent.
Indicates use and location of staple(s).
Indicates hole punches for a print job on a device with hole punch capability.
Indicates to fold the print job.
Enable printing documents as small booklets. The pages are reordered sequentially and
are oriented so that when they are folded, the paging is correct.
Sets the resolution value.
Sets the color depth value.
Indicates the feed edge to use.
Allows entry of accounting information.
PCL/PJL Implementation
This section describes the PCL commands for specific features. This table lists each feature and the PCL syntax that is required to
use the feature. Following this table are examples of how to use these commands and what the PCL file looks like.
JOB NAME
PJL
@PJL SET JOBNAME = “jobname-string”
Where jobname-string is a maximum of 32 characters
JOB MODE
PJL
@PJL JOB MODE = value
Where value is one of the following:
PRINTER = Printer
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BANNER SHEET (START SHEET)
PJL
@PJL SET JOBATTR= “@BANR=value”
Where value is one of the following:
START = start sheet
DEVICE = depend on device setting
OFF = no banner sheet
COPIES
Use this command to specify the number of non-collated sets of a document in a print job.
PJL
PCL
@PJL SET COPIES = int
<ESC>&l intX
Where int is 1 to 999.
QUANTITY
Use this command to specify the number of collated sets of a document in a print job.
PJL
@PJL SET QTY = int
Where int is 1 to 999.
SIMPLEX / DUPLEX PRINTING
This command specifies if a job is to print on one side or both sides of the sheet.
PJL
PCL
@PJL SET DUPLEX = value1
@PJL SET BINDING = value2
<ESC>&l int S
Where value1 is one of the following:
ON = Duplex
OFF = Simplex
Where int is one of the following:
0 = simplex
1 = Duplex Long Edge Binding
2 = Duplex Short Edge Binding
Where value2 is one of the following:
LONGEDGE
SHORTEDGE
(value2 is used combined with value1=ON)
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ORIENTATION
PJL
PCL
@PJL SET ORIENTATION = value
<ESC>&l int O
Where value is one of the following:
PORTRAIT
LANDSCAPE
Where int is one of the following:
0 = Portrait
1 = Landscape
2 = Reverse Portrait
3 = Reverse Landscape
JOB TYPE (Secure Print / Proof)
PJL
@PJL SET HOLD = value1
@PJL SET HOLDKEY = "four-digit string"
Where value1 is one of the following:
PROOF = proof print
STORE = confidential print (secure print)
four-digit string:
The HOLDKEY variable acts as a password without encryption to protect a held job.
Four-digit string can be any four-digit value from 0000 to 9999. The default value is “”.
When “” (empty string) is specified, no password is required.
DELAY PRINT
Delays printing a job until the time specified by the command.
PJL
@PJL SET JOBATTR = “@PRTM = “YYYY:MM:DD:hh:mm”
Where YYYY:MM:DD:hh:mm is:
YYYY = year (AD 2000 - 2099)
MM = month (1 - 12)
DD = day (1 - 31)
hh = hour(0 - 23)
mm = minute(0 - 59)
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MEDIA SIZE
This command specifies the size of media on which to print the job.
PJL
PCL
PS
@PJL SET PAPER = string
<ESC>&l valueA
<< /PageSize [X Y] /CustomPageSize false >>
setpagedevice
Where string is from the table below.
Where value is the number
from the table below.
where X Y are the points for PS.
Media
PJL String
PCL
Value
PS Points
Media
PJL String
PCL
Value
PS Points
A5
(148 x 210mm)
A4
(210 x 297mm)
A3
(297 x 420mm)
B5
(182 x 257mm)
B4
(257 x 364mm)
Statement
(5.5 x 8.5")
Executive
(7.25 x 10.5")
Letter
(8.5 x 11")
A5
25
420 x 595
8.5 x 13"
JISEXEC
18
612 x 936
A4
26
595 x 842
LEGAL
3
612 x 1008
A3
27
842 x 1191
LEDGER
6
792 x 1224
JISB5
45
516 x 729
ROC16K
219
550 x 757
JISB4
46
729 x 1032
ROC8K
220
757 x 1100
STATEMENT
41
396 x 612
16KAIGCO
NA
553 x 765
EXECUTIVE
1
522 x 756
Legal
(8.5 x 14")
Tabloid
(11 x 17")
16K
(194 x 267mm)
8K
(267 x 388mm)
16K
(195 x 270mm)
8K
(270 x 390mm)
8KAIGCO
NA
765 x 1106
LETTER
2
612 x 792
The following paper sizes are only available with Bypass tray.
Media
PJL String
PCL
Value
PS Points
Media
PJL String
PCL
Value
PS Points
A6
(105 x 148mm)
B6
(128 x 182mm)
8 x 10"
215 x 315mm
A6
24
297 x 420
JPOSTD
72
420 x 566
JISB6
44
363 x 516
POSTCARD
216
288 x 432
8X10
SPANISH
208
43
576 x 720
609 x 893
50X70
TYOUKEI3
204
218
360 x 504
340 x 666
11 x 15"
11X15
217
792 x 1080
COM10
81
297 x 684
A4 Cover
(223 x 297mm)
A4COVER
200
632 x 842
MONARCH
80
279 x 540
9 x 11"
LETTERCOVER
201
648 x 792
DL
90
312 x 624
Postcard
(100 x 148mm)
JPOST
71
284 x 420
Postcard
(148 x 200mm)
Postcard
(4 x 6")
5 x 7"
Envelope
(120 x 235mm)
No. 10 Envelope
(4.1 x 9.5”)
Monarch
Envelope
(3.9 x 7.5”)
DL Envelope
(110 x 220mm)
C5 Envelope
(162 x 229mm)
C5
91
459 x 649
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CUSTOM MEDIA SIZE
This command specifies the custom media size on which to print the job. Insert a media size command within the PCL
portion of the print job.
PCL
Width of Custom Paper is specified by <ESC>&f#I
where # = decipoints for (89 - 297)mm.
Length of Custom Paper is specified by <ESC>&f#J
where # = decipoints for (98 - 432)mm.
For example:
4.25-inch x 5.5-inch will give <ESC>&f3060I3960J
by
4.25-inch x 720 decipoints/inch = 3060
and
5.5-inch x 720 decipoints/inch = 3960.
MEDIA SOURCE
This command specifies the tray to supply the job’s media.
PJL
PCL
@PJL SET MEDIASOURCE = value
<ESC>&l intH
Where value is one of the following:
TRAY1 = Feed from paper tray1
TRAY2 = Tray2
TRAY3 = Tray3
TRAY4 = Tray4
TRAY5 = Tray5(Bypass)
Where int is one of the following:
0 = Feed paper from default tray
4 = Tray1
1 = Tray2
5 = Tray3
8 = Tray4
20 = Auto
2 or 3 = Tray5 (Bypass)
OUTPUT LOCATION
Indicates the output bin where the print job is sent.
PJL
PCL
@PJL SET OUTBIN = value
<ESC>&l int G
Where value is one of the following:
MAINTRAY = Center Tray
MAINTRAY2 = Center Tray - Upper
OUTBIN101 =
Finisher Tray (w/ A-Finisher or SB-Finisher)
BOOKLETTRAY =
Right Bottom Tray(Booklet Maker) (w/ SB-Finisher and
booklet module)
Where int is one of the following:
0 = Automatic Selection
1 = Center Tray
4 = Center Tray - Upper
6 = Finisher Tray (w/ A-Finisher or SB-Finisher)
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STAPLING
This command indicates use and location of staple(s).
PJL
@PJL SET STAPLE=string;
Where string is:
TOPDUAL
TOPLEFT
TOPRIGHT
BOTTOMDUAL
BOTTOMLEFT
BOTTOMRIGHT
LEFTDUAL
RIGHTDUAL
SADDLE
NONE
PUNCH
This command indicates hole punches for a print job on a device with hole punch capability.
PJL
@PJL SET PUNCH = value1
@PJL SET JOBATTR = ”@PNHN = value2”
Where value1 is one of the following:
TOP
RIGHT
LEFT
BOTTOM
NONE
Where value2 is one of the following:
TWO = 2 holes
THREE = 3 holes
FOUR = 4 holes
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FOLDING
This command indicates an optional fold type generated by the professional finisher. The short edge feed command is also
required to use the booklet fold command.
PJL
@PJL SET JOBATTR = "@FOLD = value1"
Where value1 is one of the following:
BIFOLDINSIDE = Bi-Folding inside per a page
BIFOLDOUTSIDE = Bi-Folding inside per a page
BIFOLDMULTIOUTSIDE = Bi-Folding multiple pages outside
BIFOLDMULTIINSIDE = Bi-Folding multiple pages inside
Note:
The "Collated" feature needs to be enabled for the booklet functions to work.
BOOKLET
PJL
@PJL SET JOBATTR = “@BKLT = value1”
@PJL SET JOBATTR = “@BKSG = value2”
@PJL SET JOBATTR =“@BKDN = int1”
@PJL SET JOBATTR =“@BKTP = int2”
Where value1 is one of the following:
NONEDIVIDE = Compile a booklet as long as the number of sheet does not exceed the limit
AUTODIVIDE = Divide sheets into sets automatically in case of exceeding the limit number of sheets.
MANUALDIVIDE = Divide sheets based on the specified limit manually
OFF = Do not compile a booklet
Where value2 is one of the following:
RIGHT = Right to left page order binding
LEFT = Left to right page order binding
Where int1 is:
1-9999 = Booklet dividing number for each set
Where int2 is:
1-9999 = Booklet total pages of document
RESOLUTION
PJL
@PJL SET RESOLUTION = value
Where value is:
600
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BITS PER PIXEL
PJL
@PJL SET BITSPERPIXEL = value
Where value is:
1 = 1 bit per pixel (per plane)
FORCE SHORT EDGE FEEDING
PJL
@PJL SET PAPERDIRECTION = value
Where value is one of the following:
SEF = Short Edge Feed
LEF = Long Edge Feed
JOB BASED ACCOUNTING / AUDITRON
PJL
@PJL SET JOBATTR = “@JOAU = string1”
@PJL SET JOBATTR = “@JOAP = string2”
@PJL SET JOBATTR = “@DAID = string3”
Where string1 is:
a maximum of 32 character (legal value: 20H-7EH) as job owner (Capital character & small character is distinguished)
Where string2 is:
a maximum of 12 character (legal value: 20H-7EH) as password without encryption. It can be null (zero length string)
Where string3 is:
a maximum of 32 character (legal value 20H-7EH) as account ID. It can be null (zero length string)
Dependencies/Caveats

Locate all commands in the first 2,500 bytes of the job.

To combine printer PCL escape commands (not including PJL commands):



The first two characters after the <esc> MUST be the same.
All alpha characters MUST be lowercase, except the final terminating character.
The commands are read left to right. Combine them in the order you wish them executed.
For example, print 5 copies (<ESC>&l5X) and use letter size (<ESC>&l2A) is combined as: <ESC>&l5x2A

In case of duplicate commands, the last one requested takes precedence.

The @PJL SET COPIES takes precedence over the PCL Escape Command (<ESC> & l int X>) to determine number of copies.
In general, a PJL command takes precedence over a PCL command.

Valid media sizes for duplexing are between 128.0 x 140.0mm and 297.0 x 432.0mm

Valid media sizes for stapling include A4 (210 x 297mm), A3 (297 x 420mm), B5 (182 x 257mm), B4 (257 x 364mm),
Executive (7.25 x 10.5"), Letter (8.5 x 11"), 8.5 x 13", Legal (8.5 x 14"), Tabloid (11 x 17"), 16K (194 x 267mm), 8K (267 x
388mm), 16K (195 x 270mm), 8K (270 x 390mm) for Finisher A/SB. For Finisher SB, 8 x 10", 215 x 315mm, 11 x 15", A4
Cover, 9 x 11" are also valid.
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Examples
Basic PJL Template
This section illustrates a standard PJL template that is used to access general print features as well as WorkCentre
7120 specific features. This template lists each feature and the syntax, both PCL commands and PJL, required to use
these features.
Section 1 (Opening Command, Required for all files)
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER
Section 2 (PJL Set Commands)
@PJL SET RESOLUTION=600
@PJL SET COPIES=1
Section 3 (PCL Code used to invoke PCL Language)
@PJL ENTER LANGUAGE=PCL
Section 4 (PCL Data Stream or ASCII Document inserted here for Options such as selection
Different Fonts, Simplex, Duplex, etc.)
,,,,,,,,,,
Section 5 (Closing Command, Required at end of Document)
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL EOJ
Sample PJL Headers
Example 1 - Simple Print
Note:
This is a simple print job
header specifying the
output tray (MAINTRAY),
Quantity needed (1), and
Job Owner (Smith).
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER<CR><LF>
@PJL COMMENT Beginning PCL Job<CR><LF>
@PJL SET OUTBIN=MAINTRAY<CR><LF>
@PJL SET QTY=1<CR><LF>
@PJL SET RESOLUTION=600<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR=”@JOAU=Smith” <CR><LF>
Note:
Example 2 - Finishing Options (Stapling)
This is a Finishing Job
header asking for the
Stapling option that
specifies the job will be
sent to the Finisher Tray,
and stapled on the Top
Left hand corner or the
paper.
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<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER<CR><LF>
@PJL SET OUTBIN=OUTBIN101<CR><LF>
@PJL SET FINISH=ON<CR><LF>
@PJL SET STAPLE=TOPLEFT<CR><LF>
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Note:
This is a Finishing Job
header asking for the
Punch option that
specifies the job will be
send to the Finisher Tray,
and the paper will be
punched with two holes
on the left hand side of
the paper.
Note:
This is a Finishing Job
header asking for the
Stapling and Folding
options that specifies the
job will be send to the
Booklet Tray with a
Saddle Staple, folding on
the outside, and divided
every 5 sheets
Note:
This is a Finishing Job
header asking for the
Folding option with
multiple pages. The job
will be send to the
Booklet Tray with no
Staple, folding on the
outside, and divided
every 5 sheets.
Note:
This is a Finishing Job
header asking for the
Folding option with a
single page. The job will
be send to the Booklet
Tray with no Staple,
folding on the inside.
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Example 3 Finishing Options (Punch)
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER<CR><LF>
@PJL SET OUTBIN=OUTPIN101<CR><LF>
@PJL SET FINISH=ON<CR><LF>
@PJL SET PUNCH=LEFT<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR="@PNHN=TWO"<CR><LF>
Example 4 Finishing Options (Saddle stapling and folding)
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER<CR><LF>
@PJL SET OUTBIN=BOOKLETTRAY<CR><LF>
@PJL SET FINISH=ON<CR><LF>
@PJL SET STAPLE=SADDLE<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR="@FOLD=BIFOLDMULTIOUTSIDE"<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR="@BKLT=MANUALDIVIDE"<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR="@BKSG=LEFT"<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR="@BKDN=5"<CR><LF>
Example 5 Finishing Options (Bi-Folding(multi page))
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER<CR><LF>
@PJL SET OUTBIN=BOOKLETTRAY<CR><LF>
@PJL SET FINISH=NONE<CR><LF>
@PJL SET STAPLE=NONE <CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR="@FOLD=BIFOLDMULTIOUTSIDE"<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR="@BKLT=MANUALDIVIDE"<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR="@BKSG=LEFT"<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR="@BKDN=5"<CR><LF>
@PJL SET QTY=1<CR><LF>
Example 6 Finishing Options (Bi-Folding(single page))
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER<CR><LF>
@PJL SET OUTBIN=BOOKLETTRAY<CR><LF>
@PJL SET FINISH=NONE<CR><LF>
@PJL SET STAPLE=NONE <CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR="@FOLD=BIFOLDINSIDE"<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR="@BKSG=LEFT"<CR><LF>
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Example 7 Proof Print
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER<CR><LF>
@PJL SET HOLD=PROOF <CR><LF>
@PJL SET USERNAME="John" <CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBNAME="Job1" <CR><LF>
Note:
This is a Secure Print job
header with the
password of “1234”.
Note:
This is aAccounting job
header with the user
name of Patricia, and no
Password or Account ID”.
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Example 8 Confidential (Secure) Print without encryption
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER<CR><LF>
@PJL SET HOLD=STORE <CR><LF>
@PJL SET HOLDKEY="1234"<CR><LF>
@PJL SET USERNAME="John" <CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBNAME="Job1" <CR><LF>
Example 9 Job Based Accounting & Auditron
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR=”@JOAU=Patricia”<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR=”@JOAP=”<CR><LF>
@PJL SET JOBATTR=”@DAID=”<CR><LF>
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Supported PCL Fonts
The following PCL fonts are resident.
Each of these commands references a 12-point font. If you wish to use any other point size, change the 12v to the desired size
(.25 – 999.75).
The commands listed use the default symbol set, Roman-8. To change the symbol set, you include the alternate symbol set after
the first <ESC> and before the second <ESC>. Use the line printer examples as a reference.
Font Name
Albertus
Albertus
Antique Olive
Antique Olive
Antique Olive
Arial
Arial
Arial
Arial
CG Omega
CG Omega
CG Omega
CG Omega
CG Times
CG Times
CG Times
CG Times
Clarendon Condensed
Coronet
Courier
Courier
Courier
Courier
Courier PS
Courier PS
Courier PS
Courier PS
Garamond
Garamond
Garamond
Garamond
Helvetica
Helvetica
Helvetica
Helvetica
Helvetica Narrow
Helvetica Narrow
Helvetica Narrow
Helvetica Narrow
ITC Avant Garde
ITC Avant Garde
ITC Avant Garde
ITC Avant Garde
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Medium
Extra Bold
Bold
Italic
Bold
Italic
Bold Italic
Bold
Italic
Bold Italic
Bold
Italic
Bold Italic
Bold
Italic
Bold Italic
Oblique
Bold
Bold Oblique
Antiqua
Halbfett
Kursiv
Kursiv Halbfett
Oblique
Bold
Bold Oblique
Oblique
Bold
Bold Oblique
Book
Book Oblique
Demi
Demi Oblique
PCL Escape Command
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s1b4362T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s4b4362T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4168T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b4168T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b4168T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b16602T
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<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b16602T
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<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4113T
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<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b4113T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b4113T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4101T
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<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v5s0b24580T
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Font Name
ITC Bookman
ITC Bookman
ITC Bookman
ITC Bookman
ITC Zapf
ITC Zapf
Letter Gothic
Letter Gothic
Letter Gothic
Line Printer (Roman-8)
Line Printer (Latin-1)
Line Printer (PC-8)
Line Printer (PC-8 D/N)
Line Printer (PC-850)
Line Printer (Legal)
Marigold
New Century Schoolbook
New Century Schoolbook
New Century Schoolbook
New Century Schoolbook
Palatino
Palatino
Palatino
Palatino
Symbol
SymbolPS
Times
Times
Times
Times
Times New
Times New
Times New
Times New
Univers Bold
Univers Bold
Univers Bold
Univers Bold
Univers Medium
Univers Medium
Univers Medium
Univers Medium
Wingdings
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Light
Light Italic
Demi
Demi Italic
Chancery Medium Italic
Dingbats
Bold
Italic
Roman
Italic
Bold
Bold Italic
Roman
Italic
Bold
Bold Italic
Roman
Italic
Bold
Bold Italic
Bold
Italic
Bold Italic
Italic
Condensed
Condensed Italic
Italic
Condensed
Condensed Italic
PCL Escape Command
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s-3b24623T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s-3b24623T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s2b24623T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s2b24623T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b45099T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b45101T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12h0s0b4102T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12h0s3b4102T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12h1s0b4102T
<esc>(8U<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
<esc>(0U<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
<esc>(10U<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
<esc>(11U<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
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<esc>(1U<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4297T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b24703T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b24703T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b24703T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b24703T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b24591T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b24591T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b24591T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b24591T
<esc>(19M<esc>(s1p12v0s0b16686T
<esc>(19M<esc>(s1p12v0s0b45358T
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<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b16901T
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<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b4148T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b4148T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v4s3b4148T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v5s3b4148T
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4148T
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PostScript Feature List
Feature
Copies
Collation
Duplex
Tumble
Media Class
Media Color
Media Direction
Media Selection
Media Size
Media Source
Media Source from Bypass tray
Media Weight
Output Location
Image Enhancement
Toner Save
Halftone Screen Selection
Offset
Booklet
Punch
Stapling
Print Mode
Process Color Model
RGB Correction
Gray Guaranteed
Gamma Correction
CMYK Correction
White Point
RGB Space
Brightness
Separations
Separation Color Names
Separation Order
Use CIE Color
Job Name
Job Type
(Secure Print / Proof Print / Box
Print)
Job Based Accounting
Auditron
Delay Print
Banner Sheet
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The number of copies to produce, either of each page individually or of the document
as a whole, depending on the value of the Collation parameter.
A flag specifying how the output is to be organized when multiple copies are requested
for a multiple-page document.
Delivers two-sided output.
Deliver two-sided output. Use combined with Duplex.
Paper class (ex. normal, thick, recycled)
Use this command to indicate the color of the media used to print.
This command specifies the edge of the input medium that will enter the imager first
and across which data will be imaged. Values reflect positions relative to a canonical
page in portrait orientation (width smaller than height).
Specify if you apply the strict setpagedevice rule to media selection.
This command specifies the size of media on which to print.
This command specifies the tray to supply the job’s media.
This command indicates whether the input medium is to be fed from bypass tray.
Media weight. Unit: (g/ ) gram per square-meter
Indicates the output bin where the print job is sent.
Specify whether you apply edge-smoothing to output after rendering
Use this command to control toner consumption when printing.
This command specifies the screen type.
This feature provides a physical offset of hard copy that distinguishes between sets or
stacks within a job.
This command enables you to print documents as small booklets.
This command indicates hole punches for a print job on a device with hole punch
capability.
This command indicates use and location of staple(s).
This command sets the resolution and the color depth value.
Select process color model (DeviceGray, DeviceRGB, DeviceCMYK,,,)
Specify whether you apply RGB correction to the color conversion process
Specify whether to convert RGB black (R=G=B) to pure black for text and graphics
objects.
Specify gamma value for RGB color conversion
Specify whether you apply CMYK correction to the color conversion process
Specify White Point of Client side
Specify RGB Space for RGB correction
Specify brightness of output color
Specify whether multiple color separations are generated for each page of output.
Specify the process colorant name.
Specify the order of process colorant name.
Specify if you apply CIE-based color space through color conversion
These commands are the same as the ‘PCL/PJL Implementation’. Please refer the
PCL/PJL section.
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PostScript Implementation
This section describes the PostScript commands required to access specific WorkCentre features. This table lists each feature and
the PostScript syntax that is required to use the feature. Following this table are some examples of how to use these commands
and what the PostScript file looks like. (* denotes the default value)
COPIES
<</NumCopies value >> setpagedevice
Where value is one of the following:
1 to 9999 = number of copies
null = Not specified*
COLLATION
<</Collate value >> setpagedevice
Where value is one of the following:
true = collated
false = uncollated*
DUPLEX
<</Duplex value>> setpagedevice
Where value is one of the following:
true = Duplex
false = Simplex*
TUMBLE
<</Tumble value>> setpagedevice
This feature is effective only in conjunction with that Duplex is true
Where value is one of the following:
true = Tumble (Short edge binding Duplex)
false = Duplex (Long edge binding Duplex)*
MEDIA SOURCE
<</MediaPosition int >> setpagedevice
Where int is one of the following:
0 = Tray1
1 = Tray2
2 = Tray3
3 = Tray4
null = Auto*
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MEDIA SOURCE FROM BYPASS TRAY
<</ManualFeed value>> setpagedevice
Where value is one of the following:
true = Feed paper from Bypass Tray
false = Feed paper from a tray other than Bypass Tray*
MEDIA CLASS
<</MediaClass (string)>> setpagedevice
Where string is one of the following or null*:
coating1 = Lightweight Glossy
Cardstock
coating1 side2 = Lightweight Glossy
Cardstock Reloaded
coating2 = Glossy Cardstock
coating2 side2 = Glossy Cardstock
Reloaded
coating3 = Heavyweight Glossy
Cardstock
coating3 side2 = Heavyweight Glossy
Cardstock R
envelope = Envelope
fine = Bond
holed = Hole Punched
label = Labels
letterhead = Letterhead
other = Other
preprinted = Pre-Printed
recycled = Recycled
stationary = Plain
stationary side2 =Plain Reload
thick2[D] = Cardstock D
thick1 = Lightweight Cardstock
thick2[S] = Cardstock S
thick1[A] = Lightweight Cardstock A
thick1[B] = Lightweight Cardstock B
thick2 side2 = Cardstock Reloaded
thick2 side2[A] = Cardstock Reloaded
A
thick2 side2[B] = Cardstock Reloaded
B
thick2 side2[C] = Cardstock Reloaded
C
thick2 side2[D] = Cardstock Reloaded
D
thick2 side2[S] = Cardstock Reloaded
S
thick3 = Heavyweight Cardstock
thick1[C] = Lightweight Cardstock C
thick1[S] = Lightweight Cardstock S
thick1 side2 = Lightweight Cardstock
Reloaded
thick1 side2[A] = Lightweight
Cardstock Reloaded A
thick1 side2[B] = Lightweight
Cardstock Reloaded B
thick1 side2[C] = Lightweight
Cardstock Reloaded C
thick1 side2[S] = Lightweight
Cardstock Reloaded S
thick2 = Cardstock
thick2[A] = Cardstock A
thick2[B] = Cardstock B
thick2[C] = Cardstock C
thick3 side2 = Heavyweight
Cardstock Reloaded
user1 = Custom 1
user2 = Custom 2
user3 = Custom 3
user4 = Custom 4
user5 = Custom 5
MEDIA COLOR
<</MediaColor (string) >> setpagedevice
White, blue, yellow, green, pink, ivory, gray, buff, goldenrod, red, orange, custom1, custom2, custom3, custom4,
custom5, transparent, other
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MEDIA SELECTION
<</DeferredMediaSelection value>> setpagedevice
Where value is one of the following:
true = Deferred media selection by output device (more powerful and flexible media selection)*
false = Immediate media selection by strict setpagedevice operator
To select the appropriate media when using MediaClass / Staple / Punch feature, value must be set to true
intentionally in the beginning of header.
MEDIA SIZE
<< /PageSize [X Y] >> setpagedevice
where X Y are the points from table below.
Media
PS Points
Media
PS Points
A5
(148 x 210mm)
A4
(210 x 297mm)
A3
(297 x 420mm)
B5
(182 x 257mm)
B4
(257 x 364mm)
Statement
(5.5 x 8.5")
Executive
(7.25 x 10.5")
Letter
(8.5 x 11")
[420 595]
8.5 x 13"
[612 936]
[595 842]
Legal
(8.5 x 14")
Tabloid
(11 x 17")
16K
(194 x 267mm)
8K
(267 x 388mm)
16K
(195 x 270mm)
8K
(270 x 390mm)
[612 1008]
[842 1191]
[516 729]
[729 1032]
[396 612]
[522 756]
[792 1224]
[550 757]
[757 1100]
[553 765]
[765 1106]
[612 792]
The following paper sizes are only available with Bypass tray.
Media
PS Points
Media
PS Points
A6
(105 x 148mm)
B6
(128 x 182mm)
8 x 10"
215 x 315mm
[297 420]
[420 567]
11 x 15"
[792 1080]
A4 Cover
(223 x 297mm)
9 x 11"
[632 842]
Postcard
(100 x 148mm)
[283 420]
Postcard
(148 x 200mm)
Postcard
(4 x 6")
5 x 7"
Envelope
(120 x 235mm)
No. 10 Envelope
(4.1 x 9.5”)
Monarch Envelope
(3.9 x 7.5”)
DL Envelope
(110 x 220mm)
C5 Envelope
(162 x 229mm)
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[363 516]
[576 720]
[609 892]
[648 792]
[288 432]
[360 504]
[340 666]
[297 684]
[279 540]
[312 624]
[459 649]
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MEDIA WEIGHT
<</MediaWeight real >> setpagedevice
Where real is in g/ ㎡ (gram per square-meter) or null*
(MediaWeight will not affect tray selection.)
OUTPUT LOCATION
<</OutputType (string)>> setpagedevice
Where string is one of the following or null*:
CENTER TRAY1 = Center Tray
CENTER TRAY2 = Center Tray - Upper
FINISHER TRAY = Finisher Tray (w/ A-Finisher or SB-Finisher)
BOOKLET TRAY = Right Bottom Tray(Booklet Maker) (w/ SB-Finisher and booklet module)
IMAGE ENHANCEMENT
<</PostRenderingEnhance true
/PostRenderingEnhanceDetails
<< /Type 32 /REValue int >> >> setpagedevice
Where int is one of the following:
0 = No image enhancement
1 = Activate image enhancement*
TONER SAVER
<</PostRenderingEnhance true
/PostRenderingEnhanceDetails
<< /Type 32 /TonerSaver int >> >> setpagedevice
Where int is one of the following:
0 = No toner saving*
1 = Lighten output density, toner saving
HALFTONE SCREEN SELECTION
<</PostRenderingEnhance true
/PostRenderingEnhanceDetails
<< /Type 32 /TonerSaver int >> >> setpagedevice
Where int is one of the following:
0 = No toner saving*
1 = Lighten output density, toner saving
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OFFSET
<</Jog int >> setpagedevice
Where value is one of the following:
true = collated
false = uncollated*
BOOKLET (with SB-Finisher and booklet module)
<</Booklet value1
/BookletDetails << /Type 3
/StapleType int
/PrintInside value2
>>
>>
setpagedevice
Where value1 is one of the following:
true = Do Booklet.
false = Do not Booklet*
Where int is one of the following:
0 = Do not file on inside*
1 = File on inside.
Where value2 is one of the following:
true = Print on inside*
false = Print on outside
This feature is effective only in conjunction with that StapleType is 0.
PUNCH (with SB-Finisher)
<</Punch int1
/PunchDetails << /Type 5
/Position int2
/Numholes int3 >>
>>
setpagedevice
Where int1 is one of the following:
0 = Do not punch*
3 = Do punch by set unit.
Where int2 is one of the following:
0 = topside
1 = bottom side
2 = left side
3 = right side
Where int3 is one of the following:
2 = 2 holes*
3 = 3 holes
4 = 4 holes
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STAPLING (with A-Finisher or SB-Finisher)
<</Staple int1
/StapleDetails << /Type 7
/Location int2 >>
>>
setpagedevice
Where int1 is one of the following:
0 = Do not staple*
3 = Staple at the end of each set
Where int2 is one of the following:
0 = top-left-single*
1 = bottom-left-single
2 = top-right-single
3 = bottom-right-single
The following are supported with the SB-Finisher:
4 = top-double
5 = bottom-double
6 = left-double
7 = right-double
PRINT MODE
<</HWResolution [x y] /DeviceRenderingInfo << /Type 26 /ValuesPerColorComponent int1 >> >> setpagedevice
Where combination of x, y and int1 is one of the following:
x y int1 = …
600 600 2 = 600x600dpi 1bit/color*
600 600 16 = 600x600dpi 4bits/color
PROCESS COLOR MODEL
<</ProcessColorModel name >> setpagedevice
Where name is one of the following:
/DeviceGray
/DeviceRGB (with Separations true)
/DeviceCMYK
/DeviceCMY (with Separations true)
/DeviceRGBK (with Separations true)
This feature is effective only in conjunction with that StapleType is 0.
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RGB CORRECTION
<</DeviceRenderingInfo <<
/Type 26
/RGBCorrection int >>
>> setpagedevice
Where int is one of the following:
0 = do not correct
1 = for photograph
2 = for WEB page
3 = standard correction*
4 = for presentation document
5 = CAD
6 = POP
10 = Perceptual
11 = Saturation
12 = Relative colorimetric
13 = Absolute colorimetric
GRAY GUARANTEE
<</DeviceRenderingInfo <<
/Type 26
/RGBToK int >>
>> setpagedevice
Where int is one of the following:
0 = No gray guaranteed*
1 = Gray guaranteed
GAMMA CORRECTION
<</DeviceRenderingInfo <<
/Type 26
/GammaCorrection int >>
>> setpagedevice
Where int is one of the following:
0 = Do not correct
1 = Gamma 1.0
2 = Gamma 1.4
3 = Gamma 1.8*
4 = Gamma 2.2
5 = Gamma 2.6
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CMYK CORRECTION
<</DeviceRenderingInfo <<
/Type 26
/CMYKCorrection int >>
>> setpagedevice
Where int is one of the following:
0 = Don’t correct*
1 = JapanColor2001(Art)
2 = JapanColor2001(Coat)
3 = JapanColor2001(Mat)
4 = EuroScale(Art)
5 = EuroScale(Coat)
6 = EuroScale(Mat)
7 = SWOP-Coated
RGBSPACE
<</DeviceRenderingInfo <<
/Type 26
/RGBSpace int >>
>> setpagedevice
Where int is one of the following:
0 = sRGB*
1 = AdobeRGB
WHITEPOINT
<</DeviceRenderingInfo <<
/Type 26
/WhitePoint int >>
>> setpagedevice
Where int is one of the following:
0 = 5000K(D50)
1 = 6500K(D65)*
2 = 9300K
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BRIGHTNESS
<</DeviceRenderingInfo <<
/Type 26
/Brightness int >>
>> setpagedevice
Where int is one of the following:
5 = Bright(+5)
4 = Bright(+4)
3 = Bright(+3)
2 = Bright(+2)
1 = Bright(+1)
0 = Normal*
-1 = Dark(-1)
-2 = Dark(-2)
-3 = Dark(-3)
-4 = Dark(-4)
-5 = Dark(-5)
SEPARATIONS
<</Separations value >> setpagedevice
Where value is one of the following:
true = Multiple color separations will be generated for each page of output.
false = All colorants will be combined into a single composite page on a single sheet of physical medium*
SEPARATION COLOR NAMES
<</SeparationColorNames value>>>> setpagedevice
Where value is an array.
Legal element values are the process colorant names implied by the process color model.
Valid colorant names for each process color model are like the following in case of separation
DeviceCMYK = Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black
DeviceCMY = Cyan, Magenta, Yellow
DeviceRGB = Red, Green, Blue
DeviceRGBK = Red, Green, Blue, Gray
DeviceGray = Gray
SEPARATION ORDER
<</SeparationOrder value>> setpagedevice
Where value is an array.
Legal element values are the process colorant names implied by the process color model.
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USE CIE COLOR
<</UseCIEColor value>> setpagedevice
Where value is one of the following:
true = Re-map each color from device color space to device independent’s CIEbased color space
false = Do not re-map color*
Dependencies/Caveats

All DSC (Document Structure Convention) comments are ignored and not interpreted.

Valid media sizes for duplexing are between [ 362 x 396 ] and [ 842 x 1224] (point) or all sizes that can be fed from
tray1 - 4.

Valid media sizes for stapling include A4 (210 x 297mm), A3 (297 x 420mm), B5 (182 x 257mm), B4 (257 x 364mm),
Executive (7.25 x 10.5"), Letter (8.5 x 11"), 8.5 x 13", Legal (8.5 x 14"), Tabloid (11 x 17"), 16K (194 x 267mm), 8K (267
x 388mm), 16K (195 x 270mm), 8K (270 x 390mm) for Finisher A/SB. For Finisher SB, 8 x 10", 215 x 315mm, 11 x 15",
A4 Cover, 9 x 11" are also valid.

Valid media classes for duplex are Bond, Plain, Recycled, Custom 1-5, Hole Punched, Letterhead, Pre-Printed, Other,
Lightweight Cardstock (including A-S), Lightweight Glossy Cardstock.

Valid media classes for staple are Bond, Plain, Plain Reload, Recycled, Custom 1-5, Hole Punched, Letterhead, PrePrinted, Other, Lightweight Cardstock (including A-S), Lightweight Cardstock Reloaded (including A-S), Cardstock
(including A-S), Cardstock Reloaded (including A-S), Heavyweight Cardstock, Heavyweight Cardstock Reloaded,
Lightweight Glossy Cardstock, Lightweight Glossy Cardstock Reloaded, Glossy Cardstock, Glossy Cardstock Reloaded,
Heavyweight Glossy Cardstock, and Heavyweight Glossy Cardstock R are also valid.
Sample PostScript Headers
Example 1 - Simple Print
%!PS
Example 2 - Header for Finishing
Note:
This example shows:
 Letter paper
 Duplex
 10 copies with
collation
 Stapling with leftupper single and
finisher tray as output
bin
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finisher tray for output bin)
%!PS
<< /DeferredMediaSelection true >> setpagedevice
<</PageSize [612 792]>>setpagedevice
<</Duplex true /Tumble false>>setpagedevice
<</OutputType (FINISHER TRAY)>>setpagedevice
<</Collate true>>setpagedevice
<</NumCopies 10>>setpagedevice
<</Staple 3 /StapleDetails << /Type 7 /Location 0 >> >>setpagedevice
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Supported PostScript Fonts
Font Name
Albertus
Albertus
Albertus
AntiqueOlive
AntiqueOlive
AntiqueOlive
AntiqueOlive
Apple
Arial
Arial
Arial
Arial
ITC Avant Garde Gothic
ITC Avant Garde Gothic
ITC Avant Garde Gothic
ITC Avant Garde Gothic
Bodoni
Bodoni
Bodoni
Bodoni
Bodoni
Bodoni
ITC Bookman
ITC Bookman
ITC Bookman
ITC Bookman
Carta
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Clarendon
Clarendon
Clarendon
Cooper Black
Cooper Black
Copperplate Gothic
Copperplate Gothic
Coronet
Courier
Courier
Courier
Courier
Eurostile
Eurostile
Eurostile
Eurostile
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GillSans
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GillSans
GillSans
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Chancery
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Book
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Demi
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Roman
Italic
Bold
Bold Italic
Poster
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Light
Light Italic
Demi
Demi Italic
Roman
Bold
Light
Italic
32BC
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Bold
BoldOblique
Oblique
Medium
Bold
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Bold
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GillSans
GillSans
GillSans
GillSans
GillSans
Goudy
Goudy
Goudy
Goudy
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Helvetica
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Helvetica
Helvetica
Helvetica
Helvetica
Helvetica
Helvetica
Helvetica
Helvetica
Helvetica
Helvetica
Hoefler Text
Hoefler Text
Hoefler Text
Hoefler
Hoefler Text
Joanna
Joanna
Joanna
Joanna
Letter Gothic
Letter Gothic
Letter Gothic
Letter Gothic
ITC Lubalin Graph
ITC Lubalin Graph
ITC Lubalin Graph
ITC Lubalin Graph
Marigold
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New Century Schoolbook
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Times
Times
Times
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Roman
Bold Italic
Bold
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Times New Roman
Univers
Univers
Univers
Univers
Univers
Univers
Univers
Univers
Univers
Univers
Univers
Univers
Univers
Univers
Wingdings
ITC Zapf
ITC Zapf
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45 Light Oblique
55
55 Oblique
65 Bold
65 Bold Oblique
57 Condensed
57 Condensed Oblique
67 Condensed Bold
67 Condensed Bold
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53 Extended
53 Extended Oblique
63 Extended Bold
63 Extended Bold
Oblique
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