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Hi Navin1 person found this helpful
If you are looking for PCL fonts, you can use the DocuToolbox utility AFP2PCL utility to create the equivalent fonts for the AFP fonts by yourself. Please find the link to the DocuToolbox: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E16256_01/dtb_book.pdf.
The fonts delivered with Documaker use a naming convention where the 3rd and 4th letters indicates the font family.
AB = Albany
AL = Arial Black
AN = Arial Narrow
CO = Courier
DD = DocuDings
DM = Data Matrix
UC = Univers Condensed
LG = Letter Gothic
MI = MICR
TI = Times (Roman)
OA = OCRA
UN = Univers(al)
OB = OCRB
ZP = ZIP code
I believe you can find this information in the Documaker Administrator Guide.
One thing I forgot to mention, AFP Coded Fonts begin with X0 so the 3rd and 4th letters will be the 5th and 6th letters in the coded font filename.1 person found this helpful
yes.. thank you.
you are correct. this is what i got from Nirmal's link...
The system’s AFP coded font files are named X0DAxxxx.FNT
X0 indicates a coded font file,
D symbolizes Documaker,
A denotes the AFP font.
The first two xxs indicate the font type family.
The next x indicates style.
The last x indicates the font point size.
Thanks a lot !!
1 more question:-
only 1 character is allotted to identify the font size... it should be fine for the font sizes upto 9
what should be its value when the font size is 10 or greater ?
I have got A, B, D, F, G, H, J, L, N, T, Z....
Can you please find out the corresponding font sizes for the above alphabets ? thank you !!
A=10, B=11, ... Z=36. I believe you'll find this in documentation as well.