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Old 08-04-2005, 10:01 AM   #1
Aadorian
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Creating Printer Forms in SunSolaris


Hi

Iam trying to configure My Server to print Formatted documents, using special characters on an HP laserjet. But incidentaly the special characters like <be> for Starting bold, are not converted, they are printed as they were entered. I want some help on how to setup the printer form, character sets for LaserJet on Sun Solaris.

Any help on this is highly welcome
Adu
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