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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.
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 !!