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Escape sequences {esc}&f#I and {esc}&f#J

Escape sequences {esc}&f#I and {esc}&f#J

Escape sequences {esc}&f#I and {esc}&f#J

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Does anyone know the meaning of the escape sequences:

  {esc}&f#I
  {esc}&f#J

I've only seen them once, as part of a set of sequences which appears to be defining a custom paper size:

  {esc}&f6123i7908J
  {esc}&l101A

where the {esc}&l101A sequence (definitely) indicates 'select paper size = custom'.

I suspect that the unknown sequences indicate the required custom paper width and height (in decipoint units); can anyone confirm this?.

[Annoyingly, I don't know what settings I used (within Word2K + XP driver for LJ4200dtn) to cause these values to be generated - I've tried to generate them again (using print-to-file), but have so far failed dismally - even with 'custom paper size' selected, the driver now appears to select a standard size (e.g. A4 or Letter)]

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