PDL Reference Guide for the Xerox WorkCentre 75xx Series

PDL Reference Guide for the Xerox WorkCentre 75xx Series
PDL Reference Guide for the
Xerox Phaser 46xx Series
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Accessing Extended Features
Overview
This document describes how to access the extended features of the Phaser 4600/4620 in environments for which Xerox
does not make 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
tables are also included:

features supported by the Phaser 4600/4620

commands to use in a PCL print job

commands to use in a PS print job
This document is not intended as a PS or PCL reference manual, but a guide for using the extended features in PS, PCL or
ASCII print jobs.
Using this Guide
1. Refer to the Feature List for the feature you wish to implement. Select the page number to jump to that page.
2. Follow the syntax listed for the command you selected. Read the “Dependencies/Caveats” section. You can access
features using several methods:
 PCL or PS commands
 PJL SET commands
 Xerox specific COMMENT command.
Feature Listing
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.
PostScript print jobs use PS commands. If there is more than one method listed to access a specific feature, determine the
best method for your application and use that method.
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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, enclose them with XRXBegin and XRXEnd commands.
Example PCL or ASCII 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

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.

The comment commands are specific to the Phaser 4600/4620 Series.
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.
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Table of Contents
Accessing Extended Features.............................................................................................................................................................. 1
Overview ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 1
Using this Guide ................................................................................................................................................................................ 1
Feature Listing .................................................................................................................................................................................... 1
Getting Started................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Comment Commands.............................................................................................................................................................................2
PJL SET Commands ..................................................................................................................................................................................2
PCL Commands ..........................................................................................................................................................................................2
PS Commands .............................................................................................................................................................................................2
XRXBegin ..................................................................................................................................................................................................5
XRXEnd ......................................................................................................................................................................................................5
General Comment Commands .........................................................................................................................................................5
Job Name .................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Job Owner.................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Copies .........................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Job Type ......................................................................................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
Delay Print ................................................................................................................................................................................................6
Banner Sheet (Start Sheet) ..............................................................................................................................................................7
Media Comment Commands ............................................................................................................................................................7
Media Source ..........................................................................................................................................................................................7
Media Size ................................................................................................................................................................................................9
Custom Media Sizes .........................................................................................................................................................................10
Media Type ...........................................................................................................................................................................................10
Formatting Comment Commands ...............................................................................................................................................13
Collation .................................................................................................................................................................................................13
Binding ....................................................................................................................................................................................................13
Simplex / Duplex Printing ...............................................................................................................................................................13
Finishing Comment Commands ....................................................................................................................................................14
Offset.......................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Output Destination ...........................................................................................................................................................................14
Staple.......................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Image Quality .........................................................................................................................................................................................15
Print Quality ..........................................................................................................................................................................................15
Print Job Accounting............................................................................................................................................................................15
Network Accounting .........................................................................................................................................................................15
Covers .........................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Front Cover Only ................................................................................................................................................................................15
Front Cover Only Media Color .....................................................................................................................................................16
Front Cover Only Media Size ........................................................................................................................................................16
Front Cover Only Media Type ......................................................................................................................................................16
Front And Back Cover ......................................................................................................................................................................16
Front And Back Cover Media Color ...........................................................................................................................................16
Front And Back Cover Media Size ..............................................................................................................................................17
Front And Back Cover Media Type ............................................................................................................................................17
Interleave ..............................................................................................................................................................................................17
Interleave Media Color ...................................................................................................................................................................17
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PJL/PCL Dependencies/Caveats ......................................................................................................................................................17
DSC/PS Dependencies/Caveats .......................................................................................................................................................18
Examples ....................................................................................................................................................................................................18
Basic PCL/PJL Template ................................................................................................................................................................18
Sample PCL Headers......................................................................................................................................................................19
Basic PostScript/DSC Template.................................................................................................................................................20
Supported PostScript Fonts ................................................................................................................................................................23
Supported PCL5 Fonts ..........................................................................................................................................................................24
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XRXBegin
When the interpreter receives this command it begins to parse PJL COMMENT commands to check for Xerox-specific
commands until it receives the command to stop parsing.
PJL COMMENT Command
@PJL COMMENT XRXbegin
XRXEnd
When the interpreter receives this command it stops parsing PJL COMMENT commands.
PJL COMMENT Command
@PJL COMMENT XRXend
General Commands
Job Name
The value for Job Name is stored for printing on the banner page.
PJL COMMENT Command
@PJL COMMENT JOB NAME=”string”;
Where string is a maximum of 40 characters. This appears as the first item on the banner sheet.
Job Owner
The value for Job Owner is stored for printing on the banner page.
PJL COMMENT Command
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_JOB_OWNER “string”;
Where string is a maximum of 40 characters. This appears as the second item on the banner sheet.
Copies
Use this command to specify the number of non-collated sets of a document in a print job.
With COPIES specified, the device renders X number of copies of page 1 of the document,
X number of copies of page 2, and so on. Use the COLLATION command in conjunction
with the COPIES command to set a collate value.
PJL SET
PCL Cmd
PCLXL/6
PS Cmd
@PJL SET COPIES=int;
Esc&lintX
uint16 int ubyte
pagecopies
<</NumCopies int>>
Where int is 1 to 9999.
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Delay Print
Delays printing a job until the time specified by the command.
PJL COMMENT Command
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_JOB_PRINT_AFTER “yyyymmddhhmmss”;
Where yyyy=year, mm=month, dd=day, hh=hours, mm=minutes, ss=seconds (always 00)
The default delay time is midnight, 00:00:00
Saved Job
Saves a job to the device hard drive in a public folder named “Public”
PJL COMMENT Command
@PJL COMMENT
OID_ATT_SAVE_DISPOSITION
OID_VAL_SAVE_DISPOSITION_SAVE_ONLY;
Use the command @PJL JOB NAME = "job_name" to specify the name of the saved job. If this command is
not used the default name is the name of the print job.
Save and Print Job
Prints the job and saves a copy of the job to the device hard drive in a public folder named “Public”
PJL COMMENT Command
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_SAVE_DISPOSITION
OID_VAL_SAVE_DISPOSITION_PRINT_SAVE;
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Banner Sheet (Start Sheet)
This command turns on/off the banner sheet that prints at the beginning of every job. It only applies to the job that
contains the command; it does not affect any other jobs. If the device is configured to disable banner sheets, this
command is ignored.
PJL COMMENT Command
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_START_SHEET OID_VAL_JOB_SHEET_”string”;
Where string is:
NONE
Do not create a banner sheet for this job.
FULL
Create a banner sheet for this job. By default, if the START SHEET comment is not included a
banner sheet is generated unless the device has banner sheet disabled.
Media Commands
Media Source
This command specifies the tray to supply the job’s media. These are PCL commands rather
than PJL commands. Insert this command within the PCL portion of the print job.
PS Cmd
featurebegin{
%%BeginFeature: *InputSlot string
<< (string) xerox$MediaInputTray >> setpagedevice
}featurecleanup
where string is from the table below.
PCL5 Cmd
<Esc>&l#H
where # is the number assigned to the selection.
PCL XL/6
ubyte ## attr_ubyte MediaSource
Tray 1 example: 0xc0 0x04 0xf8 0x26
where ## is the hex number assigned to each selection.
Tray location
PS Cmd
PCL5
PCL XL/6
automatic
<Esc>&l7H
0x01
Tray 1 (Bypass)
tray-1
<Esc>&l4H
0x04
Tray 2
tray-2
<Esc>&l1H
0x05
Tray 3
tray-3
<Esc>&l5H
0x07
Tray 4
tray-4
<Esc>&l8H
0x08
Tray 5
tray-5
<Esc>&l21H
0x0A
Tray 6
tray-6
<Esc>&l22H
0x09
If an optional Hi-capacity Feeder (HCF) is used, the tray location is the tray position it is in. If the device is a
three tray configuration with a HCF, the HCF is tray 3.
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PJL command for remapping trays for PCL
%-12345X@PJL
@PJL DEFAULT LPARM:PCL XPCLPAPERSRCX = #
%-12345X
Where X is the tray mapping number from the application and # is the 4600/4620 value as
shown above.
Example: to remap l23H to tray 3 use the following command:
%-12345X@PJL
@PJL DEFAULT LPARM:PCL XPCLPAPERSRC23 = 5
%-12345X
PJL command for resetting the PCL tray mappings to factory default values
The PCL tray logic can be set back to factory default without resetting NVRAM. If the “y”
parameter is set “99” in the @PJL DEFAULT LPARM:PCL XPCLPAPERSRCx = y command
structure, it will set the printer default for that tray back to the default tray mapping
parameter. Using the example above, the following PJL command syntax would set the PCL
command of “5” back to “current tray”.
<esc>%-12345X@PJL
@PJL DEFAULT LPARM:PCL XPCLPAPERSRC5 = 99
<esc>%-12345X
Warning: Changing the device’s default mapping may cause issues when trying to select a paper tray with the PCL 5 driver.
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Media Size
This command specifies the size of media on which to print the job. These are PCL commands rather than PJL commands.
Insert a media size command within the PCL portion of the print job.
PCL5 Cmd
PS Cmd
<esc> &lintA
<</PageSize [width height] /CustomPageSize false >> setpagedevice
Where int is the number from the table
below.
Where width and height (w h) are the numbers from the table
below.
PCL6 Cmd
Defined Paper Size
(Single number)
ubyte_array ubyte ## string attr_ubyte MediaSize
example: 0xc8 0xc0 ## string 0xf8 0x25
where ## string is from the table below.
Media Sizes
PCL5
int
PCL6
## String
PS (w h)
Points
Media Sizes
PCL5
int
PCL6
## String
PS (w h)
Points
Letter
8.5 x 11”
(216 x 279 mm)
Legal
8.5 x 14”
(216 x 356 mm)
3 x 5 Index
(76 x 127mm)
2
0x06 LETTER
612 X 792
Statement
5.5 x 8.5”
15
0x09
STATEMENT
396 x 612
3
0x05 LEGAL
612 X 1008
1
0x04 EXEC
522 x 756
78
0x03 3X5
216 x 360
18
0x06 8.5X13
612 x 936
A4
(210 x 297 mm)
A5
(148 x 210 mm)
A6
(105 x 148 mm)
26
0x02 A4
595 x 842
74
0x03 4X6
288 x 432
25
0x02 A5
420 x 595
71
0x05 JPOST
284 x 420
24
0x02 A6
297 x 420
134
0x11 sa216x343-oficio
612 x 972
JIS B5
(182 x 257 mm)
45
0x06 JIS B5
516 x 729
Executive
7.25 x 10.5”
(184 x 266 mm)
Foolscap,
Euroletter, US
Folio
8.5 x 13”
(215 x 330 mm)
Postcard 4 x 6”
(101 x 152 mm)
Postcard Hagaki
(100 x 148 mm)
Oficio
8.5 x 13.5”
(216 x 343 mm)
ISO B5
(176 x 250 mm)
100
0x06 ISO B5
499 x 709
Envelope Sizes
PCL5
Int
PCL6 int
PS (W H)
Points
Envelope Sizes
PCL5
Int
PCL6 int
PS (W H)
Points
C6 Envelope
(114 x 162 mm)
92
323 x 459
91
0x02 C5
459 x
649
#10 Envelope
4.125” x 9.5”
Monarch
Envelope
3.875” x 7.5”
81
0x05 COM10
297 x 684
C5 Envelope
(162 x 229 mm)
DL Envelope
(110 x 220mm)
90
0x02 DL
312 x
624
80
0x07
MONARCH
279 x 540
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NOTE:
When sending a job with a media size, there must be a MEDIA COLOUR “Unspecified” and MEDIA TYPE “Unspecified”
PJL COMMENT command issued in the PDL.
Custom Media Sizes
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.
<</PageSize [width height] /CustomPageSize true >> setpagedevice
PS Cmd
PCL5 Cmd
[Esc]&f####I
[Esc]&f####J
[Esc]&l101A
where #### is the physical dimension of the paper in 720ths of an inch.
PCL6
uint16_xy x y attr_ubyte CustomMediaSize ubyte eTenthsOfAMillimeter
attr_ubyte CustomMediaSizeUnits
ISO B6 example: 0xd1 0xe2 0x04 0xe0 0x06 0xf8 0x2f 0xc0 0x02 0xf8
0x30
where x is the width (1/10mm) in hex (lsb, msb) and y is the length (1/10mm)
in hex (lsb, msb)
Media Type
Media types are used to distinguish the type of media a job requires. If using the Media Source command, set the Media
Type command to Unspecified.
PS Cmd
<</MediaType (string) >> setpagedevice
PCL5 Cmd
<Esc>&n#Wd string
where # is the length of string+1 and string from the table below
PCL6
ubyte_array uint16 ## ## string attr_ubyte MediaType
Example: 0xc8 0xc1 0x0C 0x00 transparency 0xf8 0x27
where ## ## is the length of the string in hex (lsb, msb), and the string from the table
below.
PS String Value
system-default
use-ready
stationery-lightweight
stationery
stationery-heavyweight
transparency
cardstock
archival
envelope
labels
stationery-letterhead
stationery-recycled
other
stationery-pre-printed
stationery-pre-punched
bond
custom1
Custom2
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<Esc>&n15 Wdsystem-default
<Esc>&n10Weuse-ready
<Esc>&n23Wdstationery-lightweight
<Esc>&n11Wdstationery
<Esc>&n23Wdstationery-heavyweight
<Esc>&n13Wdtransparency
<Esc>&n10Wdcardstock
<Esc>&n9Wdarchival
<Esc>&n9Wdenvelope
<Esc>&n7Wdlabels
<Esc>&n22Wdstationery-letterhead
<Esc>&n20Wdstationery-recycled
<Esc>&n6Wdother
<Esc>&n23Wdstationery-pre-printed
<Esc>&n23Wdstationery-pre-punched
<Esc>&n5Wdbond
<Esc>&n8Wdcustom1
<Esc>&n8Wdcustom2
PCL6 Hexadecimal and String
0x0E system-default
0x09 0x00 use-ready
0x16 0x00 stationery-lightweight
0x0A 0x00 stationery
0x16 0x00 stationery-heavyweight
0x0C 0x00 transparency
0x09 0x00 cardstock
0x08 archival
0x08 0x00 envelope
0x06 0x00 labels
0x15 0x00 stationery-letterhead
0x13 0x00 stationery-recycled
0x05 0x00 other
0x16 0x00 stationery-pre-printed
0x16 0x00 stationery-pre-punched
0x04 0x00 bond
0x07 custom1
0x07 custom2
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Custom3
Custom4
Custom5
Custom6
Custom7
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<Esc>&n8Wdcustom3
<Esc>&n8Wdcustom4
<Esc>&n8Wdcustom5
<Esc>&n8Wdcustom6
<Esc>&n8Wdcustom7
0x07 custom3
0x07 custom4
0x07 custom5
0x07 custom6
0x07 custom7
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Media Color
Use this command to indicate the color of the media used to print a job. The strings are case sensitive with the first letter
capitalized and the rest lower-case. When using a Media Source command, issue a Media Type command set to
Unspecified.
PS Cmd
<</MediaColor (string) >> setpagedevice
PCL5 Cmd
<Esc>&n#Westring
where # is the length of string+1; and string from the table below
PCL XL/6
ubyte_array uint16 ## ## string attr_ubyte MediaColor
Example: 0xc8 0xc1 0x20 0x00 <media-color>white</media-color> 0xf8 0x81 0x47
where ## ## is the length of the string in hex (lsb, msb), and the string from the table
below.
PS String Value
use-ready
white
blue
yellow
green
pink
no-color
ivory
gray
buff
goldenrod
red
orange
other
custom1
custom2
custom3
custom4
custom5
Custom6
Custom7
PCL5 Cmd
<Esc>&n10Wxuse-ready
<Esc>&n6Wxwhite
<Esc>&n6Wxblue
<Esc>&n7Wxyellow
<Esc>&n6Wxgreen
<Esc>&n5Wxpink
<Esc>&n9Wxno-color
<Esc>&n6Wxivory
<Esc>&n5Wxgray
<Esc>&n5Wxbuff
<Esc>&n10Wxgoldenrod
<Esc>&n4Wxred
<Esc>&n7Wxorange
<Esc>&n6Wxother
<Esc>&n8Wxcustom1
<Esc>&n8Wxcustom2
<Esc>&n8Wxcustom3
<Esc>&n8Wxcustom4
<Esc>&n8Wxcustom5
<Esc>&n8Wxcustom6
<Esc>&n8Wxcustom7
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PCL XL/6 Hexadecimal and String
0x24 0x00 <media-color>use-ready</media-color>
0x20 0x00 <media-color>white</media-color>
0x20 0x00 <media-color>blue</media-color>
0x21 0x00 <media-color>yellow</media-color>
0x20 0x00 <media-color>green</media-color>
0x1F 0x00 <media-color>pink</media-color>
0x23 0x00 <media-color>no-color</media-color>
0x20 0x00 <media-color>ivory</media-color>
0x1F 0x00 <media-color>gray</media-color>
0x1F 0x00 <media-color>buff</media-color>
0x24 0x00 <media-color>goldenrod</media-color>
0x1E 0x00 <media-color>red</media-color>
0x21 0x00 <media-color>orange</media-color>
0x20 0x00 <media-color>other</media-color>
0x22 0x00 <media-color>custom1</media-color>
0x22 0x00 <media-color>custom2</media-color>
0x22 0x00 <media-color>custom3</media-color>
0x22 0x00 <media-color>custom4</media-color>
0x22 0x00 <media-color>custom5</media-color>
0x22 0x00 <media-color>custom6</media-color>
0x22 0x00 <media-color>custom7</media-color>
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Formatting Commands
Collation
This attribute controls the collation status of the output. COLLATE results in sets of pages, for example two copies of a 3page job results in pages 1 through 3 printed, then pages 1 through 3 printed again. NO_PAGE COLLATE results in page 1
printing twice, page 2 printing twice and page 3 printing twice.
PJL COMMENT Command
PS Set Page
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_OUTPUT string;
/Collate true
/Collate false
Where string is one of the following:
OID_VAL_OUTPUT_PAGE_COLLATE
OID_VAL_OUTPUT_NO_PAGE_COLLATE
Binding
BINDING defines along which edge a duplex page is flipped. In portrait orientation, LONGEDGE binding indicate pages
turn as in a book, SHORTEDGE binding indicates pages turn as those in a flip chart. In printing/graphic arts nomenclature,
SHORTEDGE is analogous to DUPLEX TUMBLE. BINDING is ignored if the document is simplex.
PJL SET
@PJL SET BINDING= string
Where string is:
SHORTEDGE
LONGEDGE
Simplex / Duplex Printing
This command specifies if a job is to print on one side or both sides of the sheet. Choose one of the methods below for
indicating this feature.
PS Cmd
See commands in table below
PCL5 Cmd
<Esc>&l#S
where # is the number assigned to the selection
PCL XL/6
See commands in table below
PostScript
PCL5
PCL XL/6
one-sided
/Duplex false
/Tumble false
<Esc>&l0S
0xc0 0x00 0xf8 0x34
[ubyte eSimplexFrontSide attr_ubyte
SimplexPageMode]
two-sided-long-edge
/Duplex true
/Tumble false
<Esc>&l1S
Portrait
0xc0 0x00 0xf8 0x35 [ubyte
eDuplexHorizontalBinding attr_ubyte
DuplexPageMode]
Landscape
0xc0 0x01 0xf8 0x35 [ubyte
eDuplexVerticalBinding attr_ubyte
DuplexPageMode]
Portrait
0xc0 0x01 0xf8 0x35 [ubyte eDuplex
VerticalBinding attr_ubyte
DuplexPageMode]
Landscape
0xc0 0x00 0xf8 0x35 [ubyte
two-sided-short-edge
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/Tumble true
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eDuplexHorizontalBinding attr_ubyte
DuplexPageMode]
Finishing Commands
Offset
This feature provides a physical offset of hard copy that distinguishes between sets or stacks within a job.
PJL SET Cmd
PS Cmd
@PJL SET JOBOFFSET=string
<</Jog int>>
Where string is:
ON
OFF
Where int is:
0 = no offset
3 = offset each set
Output Destination
Indicates the output bin where the print job is sent.
Tray
PS Set Page
Top Tray
Note: w/ Finisher
Main Tray
Use PJL commands
Bin 1
Note: w/ Mailbox
Bin 2
Note: w/ Mailbox
Bin 3
Note: w/ Mailbox
Bin 4
Note: w/ Mailbox
Automatically
Select
Use PJL commands
Use PJL commands
Use PJL commands
Use PJL commands
Use PJL commands
Use PJL commands
PJL Command
@PJL SET MULTIBINMODE=MAILBOX
@PJL SET OUTBIN=Bin 2
@PJL SET MULTIBINMODE=MAILBOX
@PJL SET OUTBIN=Bin 1
@PJL SET MULTIBINMODE=MAILBOX
@PJL SET OUTBIN=Bin 2
@PJL SET MULTIBINMODE=MAILBOX
@PJL SET OUTBIN=Bin 3
@PJL SET MULTIBINMODE=MAILBOX
@PJL SET OUTBIN=Bin 4
@PJL SET MULTIBINMODE=MAILBOX
@PJL SET OUTBIN=Bin 5
@PJL SET MULTIBINMODE=STACKING
PCL5e / PCL6
Cmds
&l2G
&l1G
&l2G
&l3G
&l4G
&l5G
&l0G
Note: the PJL commands for output destination are case sensitive.
Staple
This command indicates use and location of staple(s).
PJL COMMENT Command
PS SET Page
@PJL COMMENT XRXSTAPLE=string;
/Staple int /StapleDetails<</Type 1
/StapleLocation(“string”)
Where string is:
PORTRAIT
LANDSCAPE
Where int is:
0 = No Staple
3 = Staple at end of set
Where string is:
SinglePortrait
SingleLandscape
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Image Quality Commands
Print Quality
This command sets the resolution value.
PS Command
<</PostRenderingEnhance true
/PostRenderingEnhanceDetails currentpagedevice
1 index get 1 dict copy
dup /Type 33 put
dup /OutputMode (string) put
>> setpagedevice
where string is one of the following.
toner-saver
standard
enhanced
Print Job Accounting Commands
Network Accounting
Allows User ID data to be sent with job for the purposes of Job-based accounting.
PJL COMMENT Cmd
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_ACCOUNTING_INFORMATION_AVP “XRX_USERID,xxxx”
Where xxxx is actual User ID entered by user.
Allows Account ID data to be sent with job for the purposes of Job-based accounting.
PJL COMMENT Cmd
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_ACCOUNTING_INFORMATION_AVP “XRX_ACCTID,yyyy1”
Where yyyy is actual Account ID entered by user.
Cover Commands
Front Cover Only
This command specifies a job has a front (only) cover sheet and whether the cover sheet is imaged (TRUE) or blank
(FALSE).
PJL COMMENT Cmd
DSC Comment Cmd
@PJL COMMENT
OID_ATT_FIRST_PAGE_IMAGED “String”;
%%OID_ATT_FIRST_PAGE_IMAGED “String”;
Where string is:
TRUE
FALSE
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Front Cover Only Media Color
This command indicates the first page of a job is to print on media of a specified color. Requires that
OID_ATT_FIRST_PAGE_IMAGED is also used.
PJL COMMENT Cmd
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_FIRST_PAGE_MEDIA_COLOR “string”;
See Media Color Section for accepted string values.
Front Cover Only Media Size
This command indicates the first page of a job is to print on media of a specified size. Requires that
OID_ATT_FIRST_PAGE_IMAGED is also used.
PJL COMMENT Cmd
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_FIRST_PAGE_MEDIA_SIZE “mm mm”;
Where mm mm is one of the metric sizes listed in the MEDIA SIZE table.
Front Cover Only Media Type
This command indicates the first page of a job is to print on media of a specified type. Requires that
OID_ATT_FIRST_PAGE_IMAGED is also used.
PJL COMMENT Cmd
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_FIRST_PAGE_MEDIA_TYPE “string”;
See Media Type Section for accepted string values.
Front And Back Cover
This command indicates the first and last pages of a job are covers. Do not use this command in conjunction with the
FIRST_PAGE_IMAGED.
PJL COMMENT Cmd
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_FIRSTLAST_PAGE_IMAGED “string”;
Where string is:
TRUE
FALSE
Front And Back Cover Media Color
This command indicates the first and last page of a job is to print on media of a specified color. Requires that
OID_ATT_FIRSTLAST_PAGE_IMAGED is also used.
PJL COMMENT Cmd
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_FIRSTLAST_PAGE_MEDIA_
COLOR “string”;
See Media Color Section for accepted string values.
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Front And Back Cover Media Size
Overrides the document’s media size for the first and last sheet. Requires OID_ATT_FIRSTLAST_PAGE_IMAGED to be
used also.
PJL COMMENT Cmd
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_FIRSTLAST_PAGE_MEDIA_SIZE “mm mm”;
Where mm mm is one of the metric sizes listed in the MEDIA SIZE table.
Front And Back Cover Media Type
Overrides the document’s media type for the first and last sheet. Requires OID_ATT_FIRSTLAST_PAGE_IMAGED to be
used also.
PJL COMMENT Cmd
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_FIRSTLAST_PAGE_MEDIA_TYPE “string”;
See Media Type Section for accepted string values.
Interleave (transparency separator)
This command identifies the type of page to insert between sets.
PJL COMMENT Cmd
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_INTERLEAVE OID_VAL_INTERLEAVE_string;
Where string is one of the following:
NONE
BLANK
IMAGED
Interleave Media Color
This command identifies the color of the interleaved pages.
PJL COMMENT Cmd
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_INTERLEAVE_COLOR “string”;
See Media Color Section for accepted string values.
PJL/PCL Dependencies/Caveats
•
Locate all PJL commands in the first 64KB of the job.
•
To combine printer 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.
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•
When printing a job with an odd number of pages and duplex front and back imaged covers, the printer always prints
on both sides of the front and back covers. The remaining pages are printed on the document body media type and
color with a blank page inserted to allow an image on both sides of the back cover.
•
When using the Blank Front or the Blank Front & Back Cover command, the Cover Media Size command is optional. If
the cover size command is not in the PDL, the printer assumes the cover media size is the same as the document
body.
•
Use one of the following methods to specify media selection:
 Describe the media attributes with size, color, and type and allow the device to select the matching source tray. If
the media description method is used, leave source tray selection out of the request or set to Auto. If not, the tray
selection defeats the auto tray selection capabilities of the device.
 Indicate the tray to supply media. If the source tray method is used, the system automatically defaults paper
type to the defined SYSTEM DEFAULT unless specified otherwise. This prevents inadvertent use of special paper
types. To override, include a paper type specification of UNSPECIFIED in the job.
PS Dependencies/Caveats
•
The following media sizes do not print duplex and do not support staple commands: A6, B6, 5 x 7" Postcard (4.5 x 6"),
envelopes and any custom sized media where the page width is less than 5.5". A request to duplex or staple these
media sizes is ignored.
•
Jobs that indicate Transparencies, Labels, Envelopes or Tab-Stock do not support duplex commands. The duplex print
request is ignored when any of these media types are used.
•
When printing an odd number of pages in a document with duplex front and back imaged covers, the printer always
prints on both sides of the front and back covers. The remaining pages print on the document body media type and
color with a blank page inserted to allow an image on both sides of the back cover.
•
When using the Blank Front or the Blank Front and Back Cover command, the Cover Media Size command is optional.
If the Cover Media Size command is not in the PDL, the printer assumes the cover media size as that of the document
body.
•
Use one of the following methods to specify media selection:
 Describing the media attributes with size, color, and type and allowing the device to select the matching source
tray. If the media description method is used, leave source tray selection out of the request or specifically set to
Auto. Otherwise, the tray selection defeats the auto tray selection capabilities of the device.
 Specifically indicate the tray to feed from. If the source tray method is used, the system automatically defaults
paper type to the defined SYSTEM DEFAULT unless specified otherwise. This occurs to prevent inadvertent use of
special paper types. To override, include a paper type specification of UNSPECIFIED in the job.
Examples
Basic PCL/PJL Template
Note:
This print job specifies
the following items:
• Job owner
• Job name
• Heavyweight
• Green paper
• 1 staple
• Sample set
• Draft mode
Note:
The quotations in the Job
Name and Job Owner lines
are required.
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This section illustrates a standard PCL template example that is used to access general
print features. This example lists each feature and the syntax, both PCL commands and
PJL, required to use these features.
Note: This section is only an example that may include features and commands that do
not exist for this product.
Section 1 (Opening Command, Required for all files)
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB
Section 2 (PJL Set Commands)
@PJL SET RESOLUTION=600
@PJL SET COPIES=1
@PJL SET DENSITY=4
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@PJL SET JOBOFFSET=ON
Section 3 (XRXbegin – Opening Comment Statement, Required)
@PJL COMMENT XRXbegin
Section 4 (PJL Comments)
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_JOB_NAME "Readme.txt";
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_START_SHEET OID_VAL_JOB_SHEET_NONE;
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_JOB_OWNER "John Smith";
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_JOB_TYPE OID_VAL_JOB_TYPE_PRINT;
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_DEFAULT_MEDIUM_TYPE "Cardstock";
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_DEFAULT_MEDIUM_COLOUR "Green";
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_PRINT_QUALITY OID_VAL_PRINT_QUALITY_DRAFT;
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_FINISHING OID_VAL_FINISHING_STAPLE;
@PJL COMMENT XRXSTAPLE=PORTRAIT;
"6.15.0.128.95.124.157.20.0.1.11.4";
Section 5 (XRXend - Closing Statement for Comment Section, Required)
@PJL COMMENT XRXend
Section 6 (PCL Code used to invoke PCL Language)
@PJL ENTER LANGUAGE=PCL
Section 7 (PCL Data Stream or ASCII Document inserted here for Options
such as Selecting Different Fonts, Simplex, Duplex, etc.)
[Document or Text to print inserted here]
_%1BINWU0PW0,0PW0,1UL1,60,40UL2,12.5,12.5,12.5,12.5,12.5,12.5,12.5,12.5UL3,
40,25,10,25UL4,35,15,10,15,10,15LT0,10,1LTLA1,4,2,1SP1TR0CF2_%1A_&l1X_&l1S
_&l0H_&l0o6a4d1E_*t600R_*v1onT_*rF_*c7181x4609Y_*p162x555Y_*cT_*pxY_%1BI
P0,0,1016,1016SC0,600,0,600;_%1A_*v1O_*v1T_%0BFT10,0;_%0A_*p544x855Y_*c
2160a3200b1P_(19U_(s4099t0b0s20.00h0P_*vT_%0BFT;_%0A_*p544x883Y
Section 8 (Closing Command, Required at end of Document)
<ESC>%-12345X
Sample PCL Headers
Note: This section is only an example that may include features and commands that do
not exist for this product.
Example 1 Header for Simple Print
Note:
This is a simple print job
header specifying the
Job Owner and Job
Name and one copy.
The quotations in the
Job Owner and Job
Name lines are required.
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<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB
@PJL SET COPIES= 1
@PJL COMMENT XRXbegin
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_JOB_OWNER “John Smith”;
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_JOB_NAME “Print Job”;
@PJL COMMENT XRXend
[Insert document or text to be printed here]
<ESC>%-12345X
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Example 2 Header for Proof Print
Note:
This is a proof print job
header that requests 6
copies.
Note:
This is a proof print job
header requesting the
staple option. You must
send the job to the
stacker using the native
PCL command.
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB
@PJL SET COPIES= 6
@PJL COMMENT XRXbegin
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_JOB_TYPE OID_VAL_JOB_TYPE_ PROOF_PRINT
@PJL COMMENT XRXend
[Insert document or text to print here]
<ESC>%-12345X
Example 3 Header for Finishing Options
<ESC>%-12345X@PJL JOB
@PJL COMMENT XRXbegin
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_JOB_OWNER “John Smith”
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_JOB_TYPE OID_VAL_JOB_TYPE_PROOF_PRINT;
@PJL COMMENT OID_ATT_FINISHING OID_VAL_FINISHING_STAPLE;
@PJL COMMENT XRXSTAPLE=PORTRAIT;
@PJL COMMENT XRXend
<ESC>\027&l2G
[Insert document or text to print here]
<ESC>%-12345X
Note:
The print job specifies
the following items:
• Job owner
• Job name
• 11 x 17 paper size
• Drilled
• Ivory paper
• 1200 x 1200
resolution
• Staple off
• Landscape
• Sample set
• Draft mode
• Offset off
• Banner sheet off
• Duplex long edge
• One copy
The quotations in the
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Owner lines
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Basic PostScript Template
This section is an example of a standard PostScript template that is used to access general
print features. This template lists each feature and the syntax, both Postscript commands
and DSC (Document Structuring Conventions) required.
Note: This section is only an example that may include features and commands that do
not exist for this product.
Section 1 (Adobe Reference Command)
%!PS
Section 2 (XRXbegin - Opening Comment Statement, Required)
%% XRXbegin
Section 3 (OID Commands)
%%OID_ATT_JOB_OWNER "John Smith";
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%%OID_ATT_JOB_TYPE OID_VAL_JOB_TYPE_PRINT;
%%OID_ATT_START_SHEET OID_VAL_JOB_SHEET_NONE;
%%OID_ATT_JOB_NAME "Readme.txt";
%%OID_ATT_PRINT_QUALITY OID_VAL_PRINT_QUALITY_DRAFT;
Section 4 (XRXend - Closing statement for Comment Section, Required)
%% XRXend
Section 5 (Options Such as Selecting Different Fonts, Simplex, Duplex, etc.)
<< /PostRenderingEnhance false >> setpagedevice
<< /Staple 0 >> setpagedevice
<< /Jog 0 >> setpagedevice
<< /ManualFeed false >> setpagedevice
<< /MediaType (Drilled) >> setpagedevice
<< /MediaColor (Ivory) >> setpagedevice
<< /DeviceRenderingInfo << /Type 4 /ValuesPerColorComponent 2 >>
/HWResolution [1200 1200] >> setpagedevice
<< /PageSize [792 1224] /ImagingBBox null >> setpagedevice
<< /Duplex true /Tumble false >> setpagedevice
<< /Collate false >> setpagedevice
Section 6 (Postscript Data Stream Inserted Here)
[Postscript]
Section 7 (EOF - Closing Statement for PostScript File, Required)
%%EOF
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Note:
The header for simple
print specifies the Job
Owner, Job Name, and
one copy.
The quotations in the
Job Owner and Job
Name lines are required.
Example 1 Header for Simple Print0
%!PS
%%XRXbegin
%%OID_ATT_JOB_OWNER “John Smith”
%%OID_ATT_JOB_NAME “Print Job”
%%OID_ATT_COPY_COUNT 1
%%XRXend
Example 2 Header for Proof Print
Note:
This is a proof print job
header. This job requests
6 copies.
%!PS
%%XRXbegin
%%OID_ATT_JOB_TYPE OID_VAL_JOB_TYPE_PROOF_PRINT
%%OID_ATT_COPY_COUNT 6
%%XRXend
Example 3 Header for Finishing Options
Note:
This job header specifies
the following items:
• 10 copies
• Duplex
• Collated
• Stapled
• Sent to the main tray
• Job name
• Bold image quality
%!PS
%%XRXbegin
%%OID_ATT_JOB_OWNER “John Smith”
%%XRXend
<</PageSize [612 792]>>setpagedevice
<</OutputType (MainTray)>>setpagedevice
<</Staple 3>>setpagedevice
<</Duplex true /Tumble false>> setpagedevice
<</PostRenderingEnhance true>>setpagedevice
<</Collate true>>setpagedevice
<</NumCopies 10>>setpagedevice
Note: To use the staple
and collate
features, you must
send the output to
the stacker.
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Supported PostScript Fonts
AlbertusMT
AlbertusMT-Italic
AlbertusMT-Light
AntiqueOlive-Bold
AntiqueOlive-Compact
AntiqueOlive-Italic
AntiqueOlive-Roman
Apple-Chancery
Arial-BoldItalicMT
Arial-BoldMT
Arial-ItalicMT
ArialMT
AvantGarde-Book
AvantGarde-BookOblique
AvantGarde-Demi
AvantGarde-DemiOblique
Bodoni
Bodoni-Bold
Bodoni-BoldItalic
Bodoni-Italic
Bodoni-Poster
Bodoni-PosterCompressed
Bookman-Demi
Bookman-DemiItalic
Bookman-Light
Bookman-LightItalic
Carndid
Chicago
Clarendon
Clarendon-Bold
Clarendon-Light
CooperBlack
CooperBlack-Italic
Copperplate-ThirtyThreeBC
Copperplate-ThirtyTwoBC
Coronet-Regular
Courier
Courier-Bold
Courier-BoldOblique
Courier-Oblique
Eurostile
Eurostile-Bold
Eurostile-BoldExtendedTwo
Eurostile-ExtendedTwo
Geneva
GillSans
GillSans-Bold
GillSans-BoldCondensed
GillSans-BoldItalic
GillSans-Condensed
GillSans-ExtraBold
GillSans-Italic
GillSans-Light
GillSans-LightItalic
Goudy
Goudy-Bold
Goudy-BoldItalic
Goudy-ExtraBold
Goudy-Italic
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Helvetica
Helvetica-Bold
Helvetica-BoldOblique
Helvetica-Condensed
Helvetica-Condensed-Bold
Helvetica-Condensed-BoldObl
Helvetica-Condensed-Oblique
Helvetica-Narrow
Helvetica-Narrow-Bold
Helvetica-Narrow-BoldOblique
Helvetica-Narrow-Oblique
Helvetica-Oblique
HoeflerText-Black
HoeflerText-BlackItalic
HoeflerText-Italic
HoeflerText-Ornaments
HoeflerText-Regular
JoannaMT
JoannaMT-Bold
JoannaMT-BoldItalic
JoannaMT-Italic
LetterGothic
LetterGothic-Bold
LetterGothic-BoldSlanted
LetterGothic-Slanted
LubalinGraph-Book
LubalinGraph-BookOblique
LubalinGraph-Demi
LubalinGraph-DemiOblique
Marigold
MonaLisa-Recut
Monaco
NewCenturySchlbk-Bold
NewCenturySchlbk-BoldItalic
NewCenturySchlbk-Italic
NewCenturySchlbk-Roman
NewYork
Optima
Optima-Bold
Optima-BoldItalic
Optima-Italic
Oxford
Palatino-Bold
Palatino-BoldItalic
Palatino-Italic
Palatino-Roman
StempelGaramond-Bold
StempelGaramond-BoldItalic
StempelGaramond-Italic
StempelGaramond-Roman
Symbol
Taffy
Times-Bold
Times-BoldItalic
Times-Italic
Times-Roman
TimesNewRomanPS-BoldItalicMT
TimesNewRomanPS-BoldMT
TimesNewRomanPS-ItalicMT
TimesNewRomanPSMT
Univers
Univers-Bold
Univers-BoldExt
Univers-BoldExtObl
Univers-BoldOblique
Univers-Condensed
Univers-CondensedBold
Univers-CondensedBoldOblique
Univers-CondensedOblique
Univers-Extended
Univers-ExtendedObl
Univers-Light
Univers-LightOblique
Univers-Oblique
Wingdings
Wingdings-Regular
ZapfChancery-MediumItalic
ZapfDingbats
Wingdings-Regular
ZapfChancery-MediumItalic
ZapfDingbats
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Supported PCL5 Fonts
Font #
Font
4600/4620 Font Name
PCL Escape Command
1
Courier
Courier SWC
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s0b4099T
2
Courier Bold
Courier SWC Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s3b4099T
3
Courier Italic
Courier SWC Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h1s0b4099T
4
Courier Bold Italic
Courier SWC Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h1s3b4099T
5
Letter Gothic
Letter Gothic
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s0b4102T
6
Letter Gothic Bold
Letter Gothic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s3b4102T
7
Letter Gothic Italic
Letter Gothic Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h1s0b4102T
8
Naskh BT
Naskh BT
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s0b4124T
9
Naskh BT Bold
Naskh BT Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s3b4124T
10
Koufi BT
Koufi BT
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s0b4264T
11
Koufi BT Bold
Koufi BT Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s3b4264T
12
CourierPS
Courier SWA
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s0b24579T
13
CourierPS Bold
Courier SWA Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s3b24579T
14
CourierPS Oblique
Courier SWA Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h1s0b24579T
15
CourierPS Bold Oblique
Courier SWA Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h1s3b24579T
16
CG Times
Dutch801 SWC
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4101T
17
CG Times Bold
Dutch801 SWC Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b4101T
18
CG Times Italic
Dutch801 SWC Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b4101T
19
CG Times Bold Italic
Dutch801 SWC Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b4101T
20
CG Omega
ZapfHumst Dm SWC
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4113T
21
CG Omega Bold
ZapfHumst Dm SWC Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b4113T
22
CG Omega Italic
ZapfHumst Dm SWC Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b4113T
23
CG Omega Bold Italic
ZapfHumst Dm SWC Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b4113T
24
Coronet
Ribbon131 SWC Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b4116T
25
Clarendon Condensed
Clarendon SWC Condensed Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v4s3b4140T
26
Univers Medium
Swiss742 SWC
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4148T
27
Univers Bold
Swiss742 SWC Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b4148T
28
Univers Italic
Swiss742 SWC Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b4148T
29
Univers Bold Italic
Swiss742 SWC Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b4148T
30
Univers Condensed
Swiss742 Cn SWC Condensed
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v4s0b4148T
31
Univers Condensed Bold
Swiss742 Cn SWC Condensed Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v4s3b4148T
32
Univers Condensed Italic
Swiss742 Cn SWC Condensed Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v5s0b4148T
33
Univers Condensed Bold Italic
Swiss742 Cn SWC Condensed Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v5s3b4148T
34
Antique Olive
Incised901 SWC
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4168T
35
Antique Olive Bold
Incised901 SWC Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b4168T
36
Antique Olive Italic
Incised901 SWC Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b4168T
37
Garamond Antiqua
OrigGaramond SWC
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4197T
38
Garamond Halbfett
OrigGaramond SWC Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b4197T
39
Garamond Kursiv
OrigGaramond SWC Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b4197T
40
Garamond Kursiv Halbfett
OrigGaramond SWC Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b4197T
41
Marigold
Audrey Two SWC
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4297T
42
Flareserif821SWC
Flareserif821SWC
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s1b4106T
43
Flareserif821SWC Extra Bold
Flareserif821SWC Extra Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s4b4106T
44
Ryadh BT
Ryadh BT
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s0b4859T
45
Ryadh BT Bold
Ryadh BT Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s3b4859T
46
Swiss SWM
Swiss SWM
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4314T
47
Swiss SWM Bold
Swiss SWM Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b4314T
48
Swiss SWM Italic
Swiss SWM Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b4314T
49
Swiss SWM Italic Bold
Swiss SWM Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b4314T
50
Times New Roman
Dutch SWM
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b16901T
51
Times New Bold
Dutch SWM Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b16901T
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Font #
Font
4600/4620 Font Name
PCL Escape Command
52
Times New Italic
Dutch SWM Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b16901T
53
Times New Bold Italic
Dutch SWM Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b16901T
54
Helvetica
Swiss SWA
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s0b24580T
55
Helvetica Bold
Swiss SWA Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s3b24580T
56
Helvetica Oblique
Swiss SWA Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h1s0b24580T
57
Helvetica Bold Oblique
Swiss SWA Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h1s3b24580T
58
Helvetica Narrow
SwissNarrow SWA Condensed
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h4s0b24580T
59
Helvetica Narrow Bold
SwissNarrow SWA Condensed Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h4s3b24580T
60
Helvetica Narrow Oblique
SwissNarrow SWA Condensed Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h5s0b24580T
61
Helvetica Narrow Oblique Bold
SwissNarrow SWA Condensed Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h5s3b24580T
62
Palatino Roman
ZapfCallig SWA
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s1p0s0b24591T
63
Palatino Bold
ZapfCallig SWA Bold
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s1p0s3b24591T
64
ZapfCallig SWA Italic
ZapfCallig SWA Italic
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s1p1s3b24591T
65
Palatino Bold Italic
ZapfCallig SWA Italic Bold
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s1p1s0b24591T
66
ITC Avant Garde Book
Geometric 711
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s1p0s0b24607T
67
ITC Avant Garde Demi
Geometric 711 Demi
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s1p1s0b24607T
68
ITC Avant Garde Book Oblique
Geometric 711 Italic
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s1p0s2b24607T
69
ITC Avant Garde Demi Oblique
Geometric 711 Italic Demi
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s1p1s2b24607T
70
ITC Bookman Light
Bookman SWA Light
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s0p0s2b24623T
71
ITC Bookman Demi
Bookman SWA Demi
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s0p1s2b24623T
72
ITC Bookman Light Italic
Bookman SWA Italic Light
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s0p0s-3b24623T
73
ITC Bookman Demi Italic
Bookman SWA Italic Demi
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s0p1s-3b24623T
74
New Century Schlbk Roman
CenturySchbk SWA
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s1p0s0b24703T
75
New Century Schlbk Bold
CenturySchbk SWA Bold
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s1p0s3b24703T
76
New Century Schbk Italic
CenturySchbk SWA Italic
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s1p1s3b24703T
77
New Century Schlbk Bold Italic
CenturySchbk SWA Italic Bold
<ESC>(19U<ESC>(s1p1s0b24703T
78
Times Roman
Dutch SWA
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b25093T
79
Times Bold
Dutch SWA Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b25093T
80
Times Italic
Dutch SWA Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b25093T
81
Times Bold Italic
Dutch SWA Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b25093T
82
ITC Zapf Chancery Italic
Chancery 801 Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h1s0b45099T
83
Symbol Set SWM
Symbol Set SWM
<esc>(19M<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4142T
84
MoreWingbatsSWC
MoreWingbatsSWC
<esc>(579L<esc>(s1p12v0s0b4266T
85
ITC Zapf Dingbats
DingDings
<esc>(14L<esc>(s0p12h0s0b45101T
86
SymbolPS
Symbol Set SWA
<esc>(19M<esc>(s0p12h0s0b45358T
87
Line Printer (Roman-8)
Line Printer 8U
<esc>(8U<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
88
Line Printer 0N
Line Printer 0N
<esc>(0N<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
89
Line Printer (PC-8)
Line Printer 10U
<esc>(10U<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
90
Line Printer (PC-8 D/N)
Line Printer 11U
<esc>(11U<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
91
Line Printer (PC-850)
Line Printer 12U
<esc>(12U<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
92
Line Printer (Legal)
Line Printer 1U
<esc>(1U<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
93
Line Printer 2N
Line Printer 2N
<esc>(2N<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
94
Line Printer 5N
Line Printer 5N
<esc>(5N<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
95
Line Printer 6N
Line Printer 6N
<esc>(6N<esc>(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T
96
OCR-A
OCR-A
<esc>(00<esc>(s1p12v0s0b104T
97
OCR-B
OCR-B
<esc>(10<esc>(s1p12v0s0b110T
98
Courier Miriam
Courier Miriam
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s0b295T
99
Courier Miriam Bold
Courier Miriam Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s0p12h0s3b295T
100
Swiss 742 Miriam
Swiss 742 Miriam
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b5159T
101
Swiss 742 Miriam Bold
Swiss 742 Miriam Italic
Swiss 742 Miriam Bold
Swiss 742 Miriam Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b5159T
102
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b5159T
103
Swiss 742 Miriam Italic Bold
Swiss 742 Miriam Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b5159T
104
Dutch 801 David
Dutch 801 David
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b5415T
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Font #
Font
4600/4620 Font Name
PCL Escape Command
105
Dutch 801 David Bold
Dutch 801 David Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b5415T
106
Dutch 801 David Italic
Dutch 801 David Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b5415T
107
Dutch 801 David Italic Bold
Dutch 801 David Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b5415T
108
Dutch 801 Frank
Dutch 801 Frank
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s0b5671T
109
Dutch 801 Frank Bold
Dutch 801 Frank Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v0s3b5671T
110
Dutch 801 Frank Italic
Dutch 801 Frank Italic
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s0b5671T
111
Dutch 801 Frank Italic Bold
Dutch 801 Frank Italic Bold
<esc>(<esc>(s1p12v1s3b5671T
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