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Adding and Using Flash and Hard Drive PJL Resident TrueType Fonts on HP PCL 5 Printers

Adding and Using Flash and Hard Drive PJL Resident TrueType Fonts on HP PCL 5 Printers

Adding and Using Flash and Hard Drive PJL Resident TrueType Fonts on HP PCL 5 Printers

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I went ahead and created this short note as an FAQ in the PCL Forum.

How to add and use Flash and Hard Drive PJL Resident TrueType Fonts on HP PCL 5 Printers?

I realize that not many of us still are directly coding and using PCL 5 with our apps, but for those of us who do, I think this is useful information that is hard to find elsewhere on the net.

I only wish that the developers of HP's Web JetAdmin would add the minor features (regarding allowing the user manually to specify the info necessary to populate the attributes fields in 'pclresourcefile') as I requested at the end of the note.

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