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List of Internal Fonts

List of Internal Fonts

List of Internal Fonts

thread286-1708330: Changing PCL fonts


How do we get List of HP printers internal Font ??

(I have access to HP Printers Model Nos....HP 5035, HP 1022, MFP 126nw and MFP176n)
It is likely that each of these have different Nos of Internal Fonts ??

RE: List of Internal Fonts

Typically, you print out a typeface list from the control panel. There is no guarantee that
a printer has any internal fonts, a hazard encountered in many inexpensive printers.

If printer specs do NOT specify supported printer languages PCL3, PCL5, or PCL6, then there is a good chance there are no internal fonts. For my purposes, I would not purchase a printer that did not support PCL5, PCL6, and Postscript. If the printer has the language capability, you can always generate soft fonts with pclparaphernalia to use outside of a driver in addition to any internal fonts in the printer as well.


Jim Asman

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